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Students Research Work Diana Spire, MA in Philology
Students Research Work Main Research Directions at Computer-Aided Design Department Printing Product Design Course-Work: Year I - 20 pages Year II - 30 pages Year III - 40 pages Diploma Work Year IV– 50 pages Paper at a Scientific Conference Interior Design Development Visual Product Improvements Website Design Development Exhibition Design Volume of Course-Work, Diploma Work (Graduation Thesis)
Research Work Application Form 1. Theme Name 2. Importance of the research paper 3. Research work problems 4. Hypothesis 5. Methods 6. Research work objects (a number of respondents ) 7. Conception of the research work (author) 8. Research work goals 9. Research work tasks 10.Scientific literature
Research Work (Semesters I-VIII) Development of the Course-Work Goal: develop systematic research thinking and students research navigation skills that should help them conduct research 1. Choice of the theme (the theme can be chosen by a student if during classes or internship an interest towards this theme or problem was developed. Sometimes, students choose themes from the theme lists offered by the academic staff) 2. Research of the chosen theme – selection of the researched material, its research, understanding of the researched aspect, issues 3. Formulation of the work problems and hypothesis 4. Setting the work goal/s and formulation of tasks 5. Writing the work plan 6. Research of scientific literature, selection of materials (citations pages) 7. Preparing a draft, writing, editing 8. Informal defense (prior-defense) of the work (evaluation, discussion within the framework of the course) 9. Writing up of the final version of the paper 10. Defense of the course-work
Research Work Schedule Choosing the theme and its approval - October 15. Preparing Research Work Application Form and its approval – November 1. Reviewing the research methods –December 1. Selecting and analysing the researched material – March 1. Preparing a draft – April 1. Informal defense (prior-defense) of the work– April 15. Submitting the final version of the paper – May 15.
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