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EIT - Academic Inquiry Flyer S1 2018

Academic Inquiry Flyer S1 2018

AI7.01
ACADEMIC INQUIRY

EIT has introduced a new essential Course Details
academic skills course to assist
students transition into graduate Level 7
level study. Length Online module plus 4 weeks
3 hours a week in class
Key skills covered: Workload 7.5 hours a week self study
Free
• Academic integrity Fees Napier
Campus
• Research skills, paraphrasing and
referencing This course will be offered in the
programmes below:
• Critical reading, evaluation and analysis
• Graduate Diploma in Viticulture
• Team work • Graduate Diploma in Oenology
• Graduate Diploma in Information Technology
• Written and oral communication • Graduate Diploma in Business
• Graduate Diploma in Professional Accounting
The course is delivered across disciplines. It • Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Management
provides a great opportunity to meet students • Postgraduate Diploma in Health Science
on other programmes, both domestic and • Postgraduate Diploma in Information
international.
Technology
All new students are expected to enrol in this
course.

www.international.eit.ac.nz

AI7.01
ACADEMIC INQUIRY

Course Structure The course is delivered in five modules,
one online and four face to face. Students
Module 0: Online module complete modules 0, 1, 2, 3 and 4 respectively.

This module includes a series of activities allowing you to 2 Streams
practice many of the pivotal skills necessary for academic Students can choose the stream that fits their
success at EIT. academic programme timetable or personal
commitments.
Module 1: Introduction to academic inquiry
Topics: Please view the AI7.01 Programme timetable for
• Academic integrity specific times and locations.
• Finding appropriate information to support an
Teaching staff: Pii-Tuulia Nikula
academic inquiry
• Paraphrasing Dr Pii-Tuulia Nikula is a
• Referencing lecturer at the School of
Business and one of the
Hours: 3 facilitators of the Academic
Inquiry course. Pii-Tuulia
Module 2: Critical reading, analysis and evaluation and is originally from Finland,
presenting in written format but made New Zealand her
home in 2010.
Topics:
• Critical reading She has experience in teaching international
• Critical analysis and evaluation students at both under- and postgraduate levels,
• Academic and professional writing, including, but not and a good awareness of the challenges faced
by international students, having studied abroad
limited to, writing an academic critique three times during her life. Pii-Tuulia is passionate
• Receiving and responding to feedback about enhancing international students’ learning
and academic success. Her research focuses
Hours: 3 on ethical and professional behaviour in the
international education industry, and Pii-Tuulia has
Module 3: Working in a team to critically analyse a also published research looking at how innovative
current issue, develop recommendations and teaching practices can help enhance international
present the findings orally students’ acculturation to New Zealand.

Topics: Qualifications
• Critical analysis and evaluation • PhD in Politics and International Relations
• Working in a team and as a team
• Giving, receiving and responding to feedback (University of Auckland, 2016)
• Writing a personal reflection • Master of Social Sciences (University of
• Effective oral communication within a group and to an
Helsinki, 2004)
audience

Hours: 3

Module 4: Academic Writing (advanced),
inc reflective writing

Hours: 3


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