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On successful completion of the module, students should be able to:
- recognize the different types of sources created in the past
- distinguish different categories of bias as they affect different types of sources, including personal and institutional bias and how different approaches to the past utilize different types of evidence.
- develop a strategy for accessing a range of evidence that can be deployed in a thesis
- monitor the coherence and consistency of approach to evidence
- reflect in a essay on the evidence used for understanding the past, from a range of disciplinary perspectives, and consider the potential transfer of this to their own area of interest