2018 ALP Introduction C

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Career development courses
Oda Shunri  Ricinschi Dan  Gonzales Hazel Bantolino  Koizumi Amane  Fujii Kenji  Uyematsu Tomohiko  Hatori Yoshinori 
Class Format
Media-enhanced courses
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Intensive (大岡山, (未定), Ookayama Campus, (To be announced))  
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Course description and aims

Students learn research methodology for front-line researchers, budget acquisition work, paper writing method for transmitting the results to society, preparation of grant application, research ethics.
We mainly target D1 and D2 students、by this lecture course, it is possible to wear in advance researchers literacy required for students who are going to try to work in the academic field.

Student learning outcomes

To acquire a paper writing capability for transmitting academic achievements to society. In addition, to acquire literacy in research project planning and management in order to deepen a new academic field, as well as to the budget acquisition.


Researchers attainments, Budget acquisition of works, English paper writing method, Application preparation method, Research ethics

Competencies that will be developed

Specialist skills Intercultural skills Communication skills Critical thinking skills Practical and/or problem-solving skills

Class flow

Intensive lecture for all 4 days..
Sometimes we limit the number of people in conjunction with pre-ALP training. At that time, faculty members will make selections taking account of the students' specialty. People who are out of town should take another quarter.
Lectures will be held twice during the same semester. Note) In other words, 1 to 6 lectures in 1Q and 1 to 6 lectures in 2Q are the same contents, so if you participate in a lecture of one of the conveniences or submit exercises, you will meet the course requirements.
Therefore, after the end of each semester, the results are evaluated taking into consideration the corresponding 2Q activities.

Course schedule/Required learning

  Course schedule Required learning
Class 1 October 1 (Monday), Ookayama S517・5-7 period:  ・Explanation of how to proceed lecture · evaluation method. ・Structured research methodology, budget acquisition [Japanese offered]:(Oda Shunri) ・Learn the ethos of scientists.
Class 2 October 4 (Thursday), Ookayama  S517・5-6 period:  ・English paper writing literacy, Simulated paper writing exercises,Technical Writing [English offered]:( RICINSCHI DAN,GONZALES HAZEL BANTOLINO) ・English thesis writing literacy
Class 3 October 4 (Thursday), Ookayama  S517・7-8 period:  ・Grant application literacy、 [Japanese offered]:(Amane Koizumi , Kenji Fujii.) ・Learn how to write the application form.
Class 4 November 1 (Thursday),Ookayama  S517・5-8 piriod: ・Grant application literacy2、 ・ Evaluation of application form and improvement of completeness[Japanese offered]:(Amane Koizumi , Kenji Fujii.) ・Evaluation of application form and improvement of completeness. ・3rd exercise submission.
Class 5 November 19 (Monday), Ookayama  S517・5-6 piriod: ・Peer-reviewed paper exercixe[English offered]:( RICINSCHI DAN,GONZALES HAZEL BANTOLINO) ・Literacy for papers peer review. ・2nd exercise submission.
Class 6 November 19 (Monday), Ookayama  S517・7-8 piriod: ・Research Ethics [Japanese offered]:( UYEMATSU TOMOHIKO) ・Ethics of scientists.



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Assessment criteria and methods

Activities in class (75%) and Exercise problem submission (25%).

Related courses

  • other career courses

Prerequisites (i.e., required knowledge, skills, courses, etc.)

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