This course teaches students how to perform research. It is aimed at Bachelor and Master students who want to understand the process of science and write a scientific thesis. It is also suitable to Ph.D. students who missed such education.
The course consists of three main parts:
- An introduction to science,
- A methodology and methods part, and
- A how-to-write part.
The overall linear sequence of slide decks and videos is more fine grain than the usual 90min. sessions and can be combined in different ways.
Please note that this (rather old) course is in need of updating and has yet to be fully converted and published. Hopefully, I’ll be done after the WS 2020/21.
|B01||Science in context||30min.|
|D02||The qualitative survey||–|
|D04||Case study research||–|
|E02||Controlled experiments (Janet Siegmund)||85min.|
|F02||Good writing style||18min.|
|G02||Publishing in journals||22min.|
|G03||Publishing in conferences||27min.|
|G05||The publishing business||49min.|
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