The study materials provide a guide to planning and conducting project work; help with searching and using the literature; and writing a report, but ultimately this is a chance for you to plan and execute a piece of work for yourself.
You should study this Researching Biology and Health Science module from The Open University as the final module of your degree as you will need to apply knowledge and skills from your prior studies.
Support from your tutor
You will have a tutor who will initiate contact at key points during the module, will mark and comment on your written assignments, and whom you can ask for advice and guidance. Your tutor will support you in the process of researching your independent project. Much of your contact with your tutor will be by email or online forums. There is no face-to-face tuition for this module.
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