University of Technology Sydney

32572 Reflective Practice in Information Technology

Requisite(s): 32144 Technology Research Preparation
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Anti-requisite(s): 32931 Technology Research Methods


In this subject students acquire understanding, knowledge and skills which develop and enhance their IT professionalism. Students are actively involved in choosing areas of study which are relevant to their own interests and professional future.
Links are made between the theory and practice of research, collaboration, reflection and self-directed learning. Students are introduced to a range of approaches used in IT research, with an emphasis on those commonly used in professional contexts. Students engage in activities aimed at enhancing their understandings of key attributes of professional practice including a self-directed learning contract, professional report writing, researching, team presenting, peer assessment and a reflective portfolio.

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