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Online Workshops for Doctoral Students

Today, every young researcher and every doctoral student must be able to independently design a research project and publish research results in an appropriate way - whether as a PhD thesis, in several journal articles or as a presentation at a conference. The workshops aim to show you ways to effectively produce high-quality scientific publications and open up a space where you can try out these strategies on your own projects and reflect on previous ways of working.

Questions about the programme?
Contact the trainer directly & free of charge: +49 30 4471 8033 or +49 163 633 7387


Contents

P2e: How to Write a Convincing Exposé or Proposal
The workshop provides reliable ways to develop a research project. Explicit structures of typical science communication will give you confidence in your first steps in a research field you are not yet familiar with. The tools for the effective preparation of a synopsis for a PhD project or a fellowship application can also be used to draft project outlines, project proposals or proposals for conferences.
Contents: Motivation & relevance of the project, research objective, theoretical framework & research design, outline of the PhD thesis, publication plan for articles, time planning, structure of an exposé.
Duration: 12 x 45 min I Cost: 195 Euro
Registration

P3e: Text Concept and Publication Strategies for Peer-reviewed Articles
To convince reviewers of top journals with your research results, you require not only brilliant content but also an attractive presentation. The actual target group, the reader of the scientific community, also expects a well-structured, understandable and clear presentation of the results. The workshop will equip you with tools to write attractive articles, following conventions and with a high level of comprehensibility, resulting in a rapid and sustainable increase in your publication success and citations.
Contents: Design of a convincing article concept with a suitable publication strategy; journal search & selection; selection & structuring of the state of research & results; article structure; tips for the publication & review process.
Duration: 12 x 45 min I Cost: 195 Euro
Registration

P4e: Text Concept & Structure for the Doctoral Thesis (Monographs)
The workshop provides motivating strategies and working techniques that are necessary for the development of a PhD thesis. The focus is on strategies for formulating goals, for focusing and structuring the state of research and empirical data, and finally for structuring the text as a foundation for a fluent writing process.
Contents: developing a text concept & structure; strategies for presenting state of research and results; writing plan.
Duration: 12 x 45 min I Cost: 195 Euro
Registration

P7e: What Makes my Scientific Text Irresistible? Writing and Revision Strategies for Non-native Speakers
The aim of the workshop is to give you guidance and support in improving your English writing skills. You will identify awkward phrasing or unnecessarily difficult passages and revise them effectively.
Contents: Deriving high-quality writing from reading; language databases; reader-oriented writing; solutions to grammar problems; basic principles of word order, sentence structure and text flow; conventions of formal language; informal words or structures to avoid; strategies for avoiding complicated phrasing; comma placement.
Duration: 12 x 45 min I Cost: 195 Euro
Registration

P9e Effective feedback in a nutshell or how does peer review work?
You have hardly published your first articles when the publisher asks you to be a reviewer. The workshop is addressed to young researchers who have been asked to review articles for the first time and who want to learn how to develop and write an impactful peer review. The strategies learned and tools developed can be transferred to any form of collegial text feedback.
In order to develop routines for the review process, we will work on the following questions:
When / Why should I accept or reject a journal request for a review? What is a good journal article? Which evaluation criteria in terms of content and form can I apply? How do I compose an effective review? How do I write a review that really helps the author?
Duration: 12 x 45 min I Cost: 195 Euro
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Online Workshops for Doctoral Students

Today, every young researcher and every doctoral student must be able to independently design a research project and publish research results in an appropriate way - whether as a PhD thesis, in several journal articles or as a presentation at a conference. The workshops aim to show you ways to effectively produce high-quality scientific publications and open up a space where you can try out these strategies on your own projects and reflect on previous ways of working.

Questions about the programme?
Contact the trainer directly & free of charge: +49 30 4471 8033 or +49 163 633 7387


Contents

P2e: How to Write a Convincing Exposé or Proposal
The workshop provides reliable ways to develop a research project. Explicit structures of typical science communication will give you confidence in your first steps in a research field you are not yet familiar with. The tools for the effective preparation of a synopsis for a PhD project or a fellowship application can also be used to draft project outlines, project proposals or proposals for conferences.
Contents: Motivation & relevance of the project, research objective, theoretical framework & research design, outline of the PhD thesis, publication plan for articles, time planning, structure of an exposé.
Duration: 12 x 45 min I Cost: 195 Euro
Registration

P3e: Text Concept and Publication Strategies for Peer-reviewed Articles
To convince reviewers of top journals with your research results, you require not only brilliant content but also an attractive presentation. The actual target group, the reader of the scientific community, also expects a well-structured, understandable and clear presentation of the results. The workshop will equip you with tools to write attractive articles, following conventions and with a high level of comprehensibility, resulting in a rapid and sustainable increase in your publication success and citations.
Contents: Design of a convincing article concept with a suitable publication strategy; journal search & selection; selection & structuring of the state of research & results; article structure; tips for the publication & review process.
Duration: 12 x 45 min I Cost: 195 Euro
Registration

P4e: Text Concept & Structure for the Doctoral Thesis (Monographs)
The workshop provides motivating strategies and working techniques that are necessary for the development of a PhD thesis. The focus is on strategies for formulating goals, for focusing and structuring the state of research and empirical data, and finally for structuring the text as a foundation for a fluent writing process.
Contents: developing a text concept & structure; strategies for presenting state of research and results; writing plan.
Duration: 12 x 45 min I Cost: 195 Euro
Registration

P7e: What Makes my Scientific Text Irresistible? Writing and Revision Strategies for Non-native Speakers
The aim of the workshop is to give you guidance and support in improving your English writing skills. You will identify awkward phrasing or unnecessarily difficult passages and revise them effectively.
Contents: Deriving high-quality writing from reading; language databases; reader-oriented writing; solutions to grammar problems; basic principles of word order, sentence structure and text flow; conventions of formal language; informal words or structures to avoid; strategies for avoiding complicated phrasing; comma placement.
Duration: 12 x 45 min I Cost: 195 Euro
Registration

P9e Effective feedback in a nutshell or how does peer review work?
You have hardly published your first articles when the publisher asks you to be a reviewer. The workshop is addressed to young researchers who have been asked to review articles for the first time and who want to learn how to develop and write an impactful peer review. The strategies learned and tools developed can be transferred to any form of collegial text feedback.
In order to develop routines for the review process, we will work on the following questions:
When / Why should I accept or reject a journal request for a review? What is a good journal article? Which evaluation criteria in terms of content and form can I apply? How do I compose an effective review? How do I write a review that really helps the author?
Duration: 12 x 45 min I Cost: 195 Euro
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Online Workshops for Doctoral Students

Today, every young researcher and every doctoral student must be able to independently design a research project and publish research results in an appropriate way - whether as a PhD thesis, in several journal articles or as a presentation at a conference. The workshops aim to show you ways to effectively produce high-quality scientific publications and open up a space where you can try out these strategies on your own projects and reflect on previous ways of working.

Questions about the programme?
Contact the trainer directly & free of charge: 0163 633 7387


Contents

P2e: How to Write a Convincing Exposé or Proposal
The workshop provides reliable ways to develop a research project. Explicit structures of typical science communication will give you confidence in your first steps in a research field you are not yet familiar with. The tools for the effective preparation of a synopsis for a PhD project or a fellowship application can also be used to draft project outlines, project proposals or proposals for conferences.
Contents: Motivation & relevance of the project, research objective, theoretical framework & research design, outline of the PhD thesis, publication plan for articles, time planning, structure of an exposé.
Duration: 12 x 45 min I Cost: 195 Euro
Registration

P3e: Text Concept and Publication Strategies for Peer-reviewed Articles
To convince reviewers of top journals with your research results, you require not only brilliant content but also an attractive presentation. The actual target group, the reader of the scientific community, also expects a well-structured, understandable and clear presentation of the results. The workshop will equip you with tools to write attractive articles, following conventions and with a high level of comprehensibility, resulting in a rapid and sustainable increase in your publication success and citations.
Contents: Design of a convincing article concept with a suitable publication strategy; journal search & selection; selection & structuring of the state of research & results; article structure; tips for the publication & review process.
Duration: 12 x 45 min I Cost: 195 Euro
Registration

P4e: Text Concept & Structure for the Doctoral Thesis (Monographs)
The workshop provides motivating strategies and working techniques that are necessary for the development of a PhD thesis. The focus is on strategies for formulating goals, for focusing and structuring the state of research and empirical data, and finally for structuring the text as a foundation for a fluent writing process.
Contents: developing a text concept & structure; strategies for presenting state of research and results; writing plan.
Duration: 12 x 45 min I Cost: 195 Euro
Registration

P7e: What Makes my Scientific Text Irresistible? Writing and Revision Strategies for Non-native Speakers
The aim of the workshop is to give you guidance and support in improving your English writing skills. You will identify awkward phrasing or unnecessarily difficult passages and revise them effectively.
Contents: Deriving high-quality writing from reading; language databases; reader-oriented writing; solutions to grammar problems; basic principles of word order, sentence structure and text flow; conventions of formal language; informal words or structures to avoid; strategies for avoiding complicated phrasing; comma placement.
Duration: 12 x 45 min I Cost: 195 Euro
Registration

P9e Effective feedback in a nutshell or how does peer review work?
You have hardly published your first articles when the publisher asks you to be a reviewer. The workshop is addressed to young researchers who have been asked to review articles for the first time and who want to learn how to develop and write an impactful peer review. The strategies learned and tools developed can be transferred to any form of collegial text feedback.
In order to develop routines for the review process, we will work on the following questions:
When / Why should I accept or reject a journal request for a review? What is a good journal article? Which evaluation criteria in terms of content and form can I apply? How do I compose an effective review? How do I write a review that really helps the author?
Duration: 12 x 45 min I Cost: 195 Euro
Registration



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