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Logic II – Further Curriculum Development for Online Logic Teaching


Logic is central to good reasoning. By supporting the study of logic, the university helps students in any discipline become clear, cogent and effective reasoners. With this project, the Philosophy department developed a new online logic course.

The online delivery alleviates the problem of time-table clashes, and offers a more flexible schedule for students. Every year, Philosophy logic courses enroll 200-400 students from every Faculty

Principal Investigator

Dr. P. Hawley, School of Humanities, Faculty of ArtsContact

Project level

Faculty-level project

Project Completion

February 2008