Evaluating research data- accuracy, validity and reliability
Dr Lisa Wallis, describes how to evaluate both primary and secondary-sourced investigations
In this suite of resources, Dr Lisa Wallis, describes how to evaluate both primary and secondary-sourced investigations in terms of accuracy, reliability and validity. The 2 presentations are accompanied by a guiding document containing sample scaffolds and blank templates.To support your learning and teaching access the:
Evaluating data for first hand investigations (DOCX 77KB)
Evaluating data for secondary sources - transcript (DOCX 76KB)
Evaluating data guide and templates support resource (DOCX 94KB)
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