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The ability to communicate scientific information appropriately, both orally and through written work;

 
This learning outcome contributes to the following graduate attributes:
A Research and Inquiry
A5. Disseminate new knowledge and engage in debate around scientific issues.
A6. Value the importance of continual growth in knowledge and skills, and recognise the rapid, and sometimes major, changes in scientific knowledge and technology.
B Information Literacy
B5. Use information technology to gather, process, and disseminate scientific information.
C Communication
C1. Explain and present ideas to different groups of people in plain English.
C2. Write and speak effectively in a range of contexts and for a variety of different audiences and purposes.
C3. Use symbolic and non-verbal communication, such as pictures, icons and symbols as well as body language and facial expressions, effectively.
C4. Present and interpret data or other scientific information using graphs, tables, figures and symbols.
C7. Actively seek, identify, and collaborate with others in a professional and social context.
This learning outcome is assessed through the following assessment tasks:
  • Workshop Tutorials
  • Laboratory Work - Circuits
  • Mid-semester Test
  • Laboratory Project
  • Final Examination