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.
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
|✔ Specialist skills||✔ Intercultural skills||✔ Communication skills||Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Intensive lecture course for all 4 days..
This course may impose a limitation on a total number of studnets. At that time, faculty members will make selections, taking account of the students' specialty. Students who are not selected should take another quarter.
Seven lectures will be held twice during the same semester. In other words, lectures 1 to 6 in 1Q and lectures 1 to 6 in 2Q are the same. As long as you participate in lectures and submit exercises in either 1Q or 2Q, you can meet the course requirements. Therefore, after the end of each semester, the results are evaluated, taking into consideration the activities in the corresponding semester.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||May 4 (Monday), 13:30-15:10, O-okayama S611 ・Explanation of how to proceed this lecture, and evaluation method. (Akagi, Hirofumi) ・Structured research methodology and budget acquisition. ［Japanese offered］:（Oda, Shunri）|
|Class 2||May 11 (Monday), 13:30-15:10, O-okayama S611 ・English paper writing literacy including simulated paper writing exercise and technical writing.［English offered］:（Gonzaies, Hazel Bantolino）||・Description of the first report.|
|Class 3||May 15 (Friday), 13:30-17:05, O-okayama S611 ・Grant application literacy 1.［Japanese offered］:（Koizumi, Amane and Fujii, Kenji）||・Description of the second report.|
|Class 4||May 22 (Friday), 15:25-17:05, O-okayama S611 ・Grant application literacy 2. ・ Evaluation of application forms and its improvement intended for completeness.［Japanese offered］:（Koizumi, Amane and Fujii, Kenji）|
|Class 5||May 25 (Friday), 13:30-15:10, O-okayama S611 ・Peer-reviewed paper exercise.［English offered］: (Richinschi, Dan）||・Description of the third report.|
|Class 6||May 25 (Friday), 15:25-17:05, O-okayama S611 ・Research Ethics.［Japanese offered］:（Uyematsu, Tomohiko）|
Activities in class (75%) and Exercise problem submission (25%).
1) The lecture contents at one campus are the same as those at the other campus. This allows you not to take duplicate registration.
2) Doctoral students, who have already taken Pre ALP Practics with one credit as master students, cannot register this course.
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