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Title Writing science and information literacy
Course number 1391
Programme 0-Inte del av forskarutbildningsprogram
Language English
Credits 3.0
Notes The course meets the requirements for a general science course.

Date 2019-11-04 -- 2019-11-15
Responsible KI department Karolinska Institutet universitetsbibliotek
Specific entry requirements
Purpose of the course The aim of the course is to develop the medical scientific writing skills and information literacy of the participant.
Intended learning outcomes After the course, you will be able to demonstrate:
-understanding of how to write an original scientific article and submit it for publication.
-the ability to write other types of texts required for a scientific career.
-the ability to give, take and make use of constructive criticism.
-the ability to search and manage the medical sciences literature in a structured way.
-the ability to use resources which facilitate choosing a journal to publish your research.
-the ability to describe aspects of post-publication evaluation and processing of the medical sciences literature.

Contents of the course Basics of scientific writing, searching the literature, writing an original scientific paper, supporting the text, managing the literature, scientific writing in other contexts, choosing a journal, the publication process and evaluating published science.
Teaching and learning activities This is a KI CAMPUS course (there is also an 100% online version with course code 2561) with face-to-face teaching including: individual writing and rewriting, lectures, working in pairs and groups, web-based teaching, demonstrations, computer exercises and individual study.
Compulsory elements All scheduled teaching is compulsory (except where clearly stated otherwise). Absence can usually be compensated for by reading and individual work after consultation with course leaders.
Examination Writing an academic text and rewriting it based on peer and teacher feedback. There are also three assignments in which participants demonstrate development of their information literacy.
Literature and other teaching material Recommended literature: Scientific Writing and Communication - papers, proposals, and presentations. Angelika H. Hofmann. Oxford University Press. Third Edition, 2017. Articles for reading are provided during the course. PowerPoints with course content are also available.
Number of students 20 - 22
Selection of students Selection will be based on 1) the relevance of the course syllabus for the applicant's doctoral project (according to written motivation), 2) date for registration as a doctoral student (priority given to earlier registration date)
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Additional course leader
Earlier evaluation of the course Evaluation report
Course responsible David Herron
Karolinska Institutet universitetsbibliotek
08-524 841 13
David.Herron@ki.se

Berzelius 7B

17177
Stockholm
Contact person Katarina Amcoff
Karolinska Institutet universitetsbibliotek
08-524 840 47
katarina.amcoff@ki.se