Upon successful completion of this course, students are expected to be able to: present scientific information in appropriate language for various audiences, including scholarly and general, in print and online; expand information literacy (researching primary and secondary sources) for finding, evaluating, integrating, and synthesizing ethically the necessary information and visuals for the completion of a project; effectively and ethically incorporate appropriate scientific exhibits (visuals, graphs, charts, etc.) for designing presentations and posters, and for supplemental text and workshops; respond effectively to peers’ work in progress and participate in collaborative learning activities.
This course aims to provide students with advanced treatment of selected topics from various areas of computer science with an emphasis on appropriate research methods. Practical skills are acquired in technical writing, critical reading, and presentation of technical literature in preparation for paper publication and thesis writing.
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