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- About You
- About You: Survey
- Welcome and Introduction
- Course Workbook
- Locate Your Evidence
- Types of Evidence
- Sources of Evidence
- Where to Look
- Are You Up To Date? Horizon Scanning
- Think About...
- Examine Your Evidence
- Examine the Evidence: Questions (1)
- Examine the Evidence: Questions (2)
- Manage Your Evidence
- Organise Your Evidence
- Building Your Case
- Make a Cake
- Referencing Rules
- Course Takeaways
- Course Completion
Anyone wanting to use evidence to develop an argument, story or case
Anyone interested in understanding what evidence is and how to identify quality evidence
Anyone wanting to learn how to appraise an academic paper or scientific research
Anyone interested in learning something new
What do we mean by ‘evidence’?
Evidence refers to any information that helps to support the case that you‘re trying to develop. Please note: Although this course is focused on evidence, it is not intended to cover legal definitions of evidence, or the use of evidence in the context of law or legal proceedings.
Are there any course requirements?
Anyone is welcome to participate in this course and no prior knowledge is required.
How long will it take to complete the course?
The course will take approximately 3.5 hours to complete. But you can pause your learning at any time and pick up where you left off later to allow you to work at your own pace.
The Basics of Science Communication
There are a number of basics to master if you want to have the right impact. This course walks you through the art of communicating science, the six elements of good science communication, and looking beyond communicating.