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What makes a computer forensics project?

What makes a computer forensics project?

Chadwick, David, Gan, Diane and Frangiskatos, Dimitris (2011) What makes a computer forensics project? In: 7th Annual Teaching Computer Forensics Workshop, 10 Nov 2011, University of Sunderland, UK. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

It is a constant challenge to identify suitable projects for students who are studying computer forensics. An appropriate project must have a relevant theoretical element and an implementation. Projects are meant to be instructive and should engage the student. At the University of Greenwich, the final project for the MSc award is worth 50 credits out of a total of 180 credits for the entire masters award. The project therefore is a substantial piece of work (suggested 300 hours student time), is minimally supervised (students are expected to really work on their own with occasional guidance from the supervisor) and is expected to be non-trivial in nature (exploring a specific topic in depth rather than a wide topic in a shallow way). Lecturers post suggested projects on a web site, as a starting point but it is expected that students will take these ideas much further or even come up with their own ideas.

Item Type: Conference or Conference Paper (Paper)
Additional Information: [1] This Powerpoint presentation was first presented at the 7th Annual Teaching Computer Forensics Workshop, held on 10 November 2011, in Sunderland, UK. [2] The workshop was organised by the Higher Education Academy.
Uncontrolled Keywords: computer forensics project, research
Subjects: Q Science > Q Science (General)
Pre-2014 Departments: School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences
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Last Modified: 14 Oct 2016 09:24
Selected for GREAT 2016: None
Selected for GREAT 2017: None
Selected for GREAT 2018: None
URI: http://gala.gre.ac.uk/id/eprint/9893

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