International Relations and Security in the Digital Age by Johan Eriksson download in iPad, ePub, pdf
Making sense of data, identifying patterns and drawing conclusions, for example, using databases, visualization tools, analytics, mapping software, text-analysis software. For example, concept maps, mindmaps, flowcharts and prototypes.
Comfort with the unknown or uncertainty. Could be big data, public access information, or private databases, for example, population or global food source databases, public data streams from weather satellites. For example, infographics, word clouds, interactive charts and graphs. Basic knowledge of how to use devices and software applications.
Practice communication skills by experiencing different roles, for example, team lead, subject-matter expert, beta tester, timekeeper, notetaker or scheduler. For clues, look at the domain name, affiliation, mission and vision.
Learning that reflects a theme, proves a thesis or builds knowledge around an authentic topic. Construct and expand understanding and perspective on a topic or idea. Having computers or machines do repetitive or tedious tasks.
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