Establishing Student Publication Seminars in Higher Education

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Title: Establishing Student Publication Seminars in Higher Education
Authors: Frohn, Sabrina A.L.
Lohkamp, Jakob
Titz, Lisa
Krieger, Laura
Thelen, Tobias
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Abstract: A publication seminar is a course (lecture, seminar, project, etc.) during which students create material with the intent and infrastructure to publish it. The publication concept is broadly understood as ‘making the work publicly available’ and is not limited to publications via publishing houses or journals. This handbook results from the "Student Publication Seminars" project (2022-2023) and gives step-by-step instructions and provides checklists for instructors who want to make student course works publicly visible.
Citations: Publications of the Institute of Cognitive Science (PICS), Volume 2023, Number 3
Subject Keywords: Higher Education; Student Publications
Issue Date: 6-Nov-2023
License name: Attribution 3.0 Germany
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Type of publication: Monographie [Monograph]
Appears in Collections:PICS - Publications of the Institute of Cognitive Science

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