Definition: Able to present arguments and ideas using appropriate modes of communication adapted to different audiences in oral and/or written and/or visual form.

Personal perspective

  • Listens actively and empathetically to understand and engage with other views and perspectives.
  • Appreciates the influences of the individual and cultural context on communication strategies.

Academic perspective

  • Defends original ideas based on a thorough understanding of the relevant literature, and the context in which a source has been produced.
  • Communicates one’s ideas, arguments and intentions clearly and effectively.

Employability perspective

  • Develops and adjusts communication strategies to respond appropriately to different situations and target audiences.
  • Uses appropriate media and methods to deliver content and arguments.