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Scientific Writing, Publication, and Communication

Scientific Writing, Publication, and Communication
Research communication with the scientific community in English is essential for a scientific career, especially as research continues to become more global and team-oriented. In this course, students will study the major types of formal scientific communication used by professional scientists, learn to become confident, capable communicators, and how to publish their studies in competitive journals. The course is organized into four modules: oral presentation, manuscript writing, publication basics, and public communication. Each instructor will teach one module, and a guest instructor will cover the public communication lecture.
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時間割/共通科目コード
コース名
教員
学期
時限
35620-5005
GSC-CC5B03L3
Scientific Writing, Publication, and Communication
YOKOYAMA Charles
S1 S2
金曜3限
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教室
理学部1号館中央棟 340講義室
講義使用言語
英語
単位
2
実務経験のある教員による授業科目
NO
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理学系研究科
授業計画
4/03 Oral Presentation | Communication in an era of global science (Vagins) 4/10 Manuscript Writing | Literature reading and problem finding (Harris) 4/17 Publication Basics | Building scientific knowledge (Yokoyama) 4/24 Oral Presentation | How to prepare a scientific presentation (Vagins) 5/08 Manuscript Writing | Manuscript structure and narrative (Harris) 5/15 Oral Presentation | How to deliver a scientific presentation (Vagins) 5/22 Publication Basics | The journal peer-review process (Yokoyama) 6/05 Manuscript Writing | Words, sentences, and paragraphs (Harris) 6/12 Publication Basics | Research publication landscape (Yokoyama) 6/19 Oral Presentation | Preparing and giving conference posters (Vagins) 6/26 Manuscript Writing | Titles, abstracts, and cover letters (Harris) 7/03 Publication Basics | Ethics of science communication (Yokoyama) 7/10 Public Communication | Writing, social media, multimedia (Guest)
授業の方法
The teaching will include lectures, class and home assignments, and group or individual study.
成績評価方法
The evaluation will include a term paper project and peer reviews of others’ papers (40%), class attendance and participation (30%), and a final examination (30%).
教科書
No required textbook.
参考書
Reading may be assigned.
履修上の注意
For FoPM students only (required).