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Semaine
1

Semaine 1

4 heures pour terminer

Week 1 - What is the "DNA" of a good forensic report ?

4 heures pour terminer
12 vidéos (Total 124 min), 7 lectures, 1 quiz
12 vidéos
Presentation and visit of The School of Criminal Justice7 min
Course learning objectives10 min
Week 1 Introduction: What is the “DNA” of a Good Forensic Report?14 min
Forensic Science and Evaluative Reporting9 min
Uncertainty in the Criminal Trial13 min
Principles of forensic reporting (Part A): 1st Principle12 min
Principles of forensic reporting (Part B): 2nd and 3rd Principles7 min
ENFSI Guideline for Evaluative Reporting13 min
Conclusion of week 1: What is the “DNA” of a Good Forensic Report?10 min
Interview with Prof. Colin Aitken8 min
Interview with Dr. Sc. Sheila Willis8 min
7 lectures
Instructors10 min
Development Team5 min
Guests interviewed10 min
Syllabus and Grading policies10 min
Discussion forum guidelines10 min
Getting started: Break the ice !10 min
Additional literature Week 110 min
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Week 130 min
Semaine
2

Semaine 2

3 heures pour terminer

Week 2 - Elementary: source is not activity !

3 heures pour terminer
8 vidéos (Total 132 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
8 vidéos
Part A - DNA recovered on a suspect (1): Hierarchy of Propositions13 min
Part A - DNA recovered on a suspect (2): the Weller Case15 min
Part B - Gunshot residues recovered on a suspect: The George case26 min
Part C - DNA recovered on a victim (1): the Butler and Nealon cases20 min
Part C - DNA recovered on a victim (2): Checklist for auditing statements8 min
Week 2 Conclusion - Elementary: Source is not Activity !5 min
Interview with Dr. Sc. CBE Ian Evett and Prof. Graham Jackson34 min
1 lecture
Additional literature Week 210 min
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Week 230 min
Semaine
3

Semaine 3

4 heures pour terminer

Week 3 - DNA is not the magic bullet

4 heures pour terminer
12 vidéos (Total 200 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
12 vidéos
DNA in the lab (1): From Detection to Quantification14 min
DNA in the lab (2): From Amplification to DNA Profile21 min
Part A - The Knox and Sollecito case (1) Summary of the circumstances10 min
Part A - The Knox and Sollecito case (2) Low Template DNA13 min
Part A - The Knox and Sollecito case (3) Discussion and Conclusion19 min
Part B - Transfer and pollution (1) the Jama case10 min
Part B - Transfer and pollution: The Probability of Error/Pollution13 min
Part C - Transfer and pollution: the Anderson and Scott cases14 min
Week 3 Conclusion: DNA is not the Magic Bullet7 min
Interview with Prof. Peter Gill27 min
Interview with Prof. Pierre Margot37 min
1 lecture
Additional literature Week 310 min
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Week 330 min
Semaine
4

Semaine 4

2 heures pour terminer

Week 4 - Trials by Numbers or Numbers on Trial

2 heures pour terminer
8 vidéos (Total 98 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
8 vidéos
Part A - Statistics in Court (1): the Clark and Collins Cases13 min
Part A - Statistics in Court (2): the Clark and Collins Cases12 min
Part B - The Transposed Conditional (1): Prosecutor's Fallacy18 min
Part B - The transposed conditional (2): The Adams and the Dreyfus Cases14 min
Week 4 Conclusion: Trials by Numbers or Numbers on Trial ?3 min
Interview with Prof. David Kaye19 min
Interview with Prof. William Thompson12 min
1 lecture
Additional literature Week 410 min
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Week 430 min

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