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Arkistoitu opetusohjelma 2016–2017
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TAYJ031 ABC of Scientific Communication 2 ECTS
Periods
Period I Period II Period III Period IV
Language of instruction
English
Type or level of studies
Postgraduate studies
Course unit descriptions in the curriculum
Yliopiston yhteiset tohtoriopinnot
Doctoral School

General description

Learning outcomes: Students get familiar with various aspects of scientific communication.

Form of education: Lectures 14 hours, different lecturers

Place: Lecture hall Arvo F114, 1st floor

Timetable: 

Wednesdays 8.3.-10.5.2017 at 15.15-17 o'clock

All our lectures begin at 15.15

8.3.2017
15.15-15.20 Opening the course, Kalle Kurppa
15.20-16.15  Writing a scientific article from biomedical research, Kalle Kurppa
    
15.3.2017
15.15- 16.30 Science communications, Laura Tohka

29.3.2017
15.15-16.15 Statistical reporting, Heini Huhtala        
16.30-17.15 Tables and statistical graphics, Raili Salmelin

5.4.2017
15.15- 16.45 The role of the editor in Scientific publishing, Timo Partonen

26.4.2017
15.15- 16.00 Research article publishing: open access, Sari Leppänen
16.15- 18.00 Producing better English text, Robert Hollingsworth

3.5.2017
15.15- 16.45 Scientific lectures, congress abstracts and posters, Kalle Kurppa

10.5.2017
15.15- 16.00 Publishing a doctoral dissertation, Tanja Heikkilä
16.15- 17.00 Doctoral dissertation- practical aspects, Markku Kulomaa

Participants: Open to all. Especially recommended for doctoral researchers and students enrolled on the Tampere Research Training Program for Medical Students.

Evaluation: Pass/fail. Students write a learning diary on the basis of lectures.

Enrolment: Students are required to enrol the course with e-form https://elomake3.uta.fi/lomakkeet/7859/lomake.html . Enrolment period 30.1- 19.2.2017

Teachers

Kurppa, Kalle, Teacher responsible
Kalle Kurppa, Teacher responsible
Kalle.Kurppa[ät]uta.fi

Homepage URL

Teaching

8-Mar-2017 – 10-May-2017

Evaluation

Pass/fail.