Titolo

Scientific writing in human and social sciences

Docente(i)

Prof. Guido Veronese - Dip. di Scienze per la Formazione "Riccardo Massa"

Lingua

Inglese

Breve descrizione

The module is aimed at introducing the very fundamentals of scientific writing. From how to select an excellent outlet to the correct ways how to produce an abstract (structured and unstructured) and a concept note or proposal scientifically sounding.

Methodology

  • Reflective discussion
  • Work in small groups 
  • Students’ short presentations 
  • Online searching and interactive experiencing
  • Frontal lecture

Students will be evaluated during the last “Assignment” lecture

Lecture 1.

Selecting papers and journals through databases

Analysing papers’ structures

Lecture 2

Writing structured and unstructured abstracts

Lecture 3

Writing a proposal throughout FINER and TOTE criteria

Lecture 4

Assignment: structuring a concept note

Target audience

Strongly recommended for students of human and social sciences (Psychology, Education, Anthropology, Asep). Some glimpse on bibliometric and not bibliometric approaches will also be provided. 

Participants (min/max):  10-35

CFU / Ore

2 CFU - 16 ore

Periodo di erogazione

13/01/2022    9.30 am -1.30 pm   U1-10

27/01/2022    9.30 am -1.30 pm   U6-10

10/02/2022    9.30 am -1.30 pm   U1-10

21/02/2022    9.30 am -1.30 pm   U6-32

Title

Scientific writing in human and social sciences

Teacher(s)

Prof. Guido Veronese - "Riccardo Massa" Department of Human Sciences for Education


Language

English

Short description

The module is aimed at introducing the very fundamentals of scientific writing. From how to select an excellent outlet to the correct ways how to produce an abstract (structured and unstructured) and a concept note or proposal scientifically sounding.

Methodology

  • Reflective discussion
  • Work in small groups 
  • Students’ short presentations 
  • Online searching and interactive experiencing
  • Frontal lecture

Students will be evaluated during the last “Assignment” lecture

Lecture 1.

Selecting papers and journals through databases

Analysing papers’ structures

Lecture 2

Writing structured and unstructured abstracts

Lecture 3

Writing a proposal throughout FINER and TOTE criteria

Lecture 4

Assignment: structuring a concept note

Target audience

Strongly recommended for students of human and social sciences (Psychology, Education, Anthropology, Asep). Some glimpse on bibliometric and not bibliometric approaches will also be provided. 

Participants (min/max):  10-35

CFU / Hours

2 CFU - 16 hrs

Teaching period

13/01/2022    9.30 am -1.30 pm  U1-10

27/01/2022    9.30 am -1.30 pm U6-10

10/02/2022    9.30 am -1.30 pm  U1-10

21/02/2022    9.30 am -1.30 pm  U6-32

Enrolment methods

  • Manual enrolments

Staff

    Teacher

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