Using real-time authentic online learning scenarios to teach criminal intelligence analysis
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This best practice session showcases the design of an online undergraduate unit for final year justice students which uses an evolving real-time criminal scenario as the focus of authentic learning activities in order to prepare students for graduate roles within the criminal intelligence and justice professions. Within the unit, students take on the role of criminal intelligence analysts, applying relevant theories, models and strategies to solve a complex but realistic crime and prepare briefings and other operational/tactical intelligence products to industry standards as their major summative assessment task.
E-Learn 2012 World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education
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Causes and Prevention of Crime