Title of the Course: Scientific Work

STATUS OF COURSE/MODULE (REQUIRED/ELECTIVE): Required 
NAME OF COURSE/MODULE TEACHER: Borna Fuerst-Bjeliš
LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION IN COURSE/MODULE:
 Croatian, English 
NUMBER OF INSTRUCTION HOURS: 14+4

OUTLINE OF COURSE/MODULE CONTENT 

Concept of Science and Research. Fields of Science. Scientific and scientific teaching institutions. Scientific and research-and-teaching ranks. Type of scientific papers. Doctoral dissertations. The scientific article, type, category. Content structure – parts characteristics. Scientific language and style. Citing styles, software. Presentation of scientific results – oral reports, posters. Scientific ethics, copyright, plagiarism. Scientific periodicals. Citing databases. Searching on-line databases. Workshops are foreseen for themes related to authorship, plagiarism, and cited databases, and/or visits by external experts (up to two teaching periods). It shall be possible to recognise a suitable workshop for a subject or part thereof (to be approved and recognised by the mentor/Study Advisor and the Doctoral Study Council).


READING LIST 

Alley, M. 2013: The Craft of Scientific Presentations, 2nd edition, Springer, 286. http://www.craftofscientificpresentations.com/
Baždarić, K., Pupovac, V., Bilić-Zulle, L., Petrovečki, M. 2009: Plagiranje kao povreda znanstvene i akademske čestitosti. Medicina, Vol.45, No2, p.108-117.
Cargill, M., O'Connor, P. 2009: Writing Scientific Research Articles, Wiley-Blackwell, 173.
Carter, M. 2013: Designing Science Presentations, Elsevier, 360.
Davies, M., Davis, K., Dunagan, M. 2012: Scientific papers and presentations, 3rd edition, Elsevier, Academic Press, 342.
Etički kodeks Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, 2009. https://www.pmf.unizg.hr/_download/repository/Eticki_kodeks_UniZG2009%5B1%5D.pdf
Gačić, M. 2012: Pisanje znanstvenih i stručnih radova, Sveučilište u Zagrebu, Učiteljski fakultet, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 274.
Parsons, T., Knight, P.G. 2005: How to do your dissertation in geography and related disciplines, 2nd edition, Routledge, 155.
Propisi i zakoni u području znanosti i visokog obrazovanja; AZVO Agencija za znanost i visoko obrazovanje
https://www.azvo.hr/hr/o-nama/propisi
Silobrčić, V. 2008: Kako sastaviti, objaviti i ocijeniti znanstveno djelo, 6. dopunjeno izdanje, Medicinska naklada, Zagreb, 298.
Zelenika, R. 2000: Metodologija i tehnologija izrade znanstvenog i stručnog djela, Ekonomski fakultet Sveučilišta u Rijeci, Rijeka, 781.
Zelenika, R. 2012: Metodologija i tehnologija izrade znanstvenog i stručnog djela. Pisana djela na poslijediplomskim doktorskim studijima, 5. izmijenjeno i dopunjeno izdanje, knjiga sedma, IQ PLUS d.o.o, Kastav, 821.


DESCRIPTION OF INSTRUCTION METHODS 
Lectures and consultations. Collaboration with visiting experts (2 lecture periods and workshops) from the Croatian Copyright Agency (authorship, copyright protection, plagiarism) and the Ruđer Bošković Institute (cited databases and online databases). Parts of a subject, or an entire subject can be substituted by other workshops that cover the content in question as organised, for example, by the University of Zagreb, or the like, on the basis of confirmation by such institution. 
DESCRIPTION OF COURSE/MODULE REQUIREMENTS 
Regular attendance at lectures and/or workshops. Such regular attendance shall be confirmed by the signature in the doctoral student’s record book [Index] of the course teacher or by confirmation of the organiser/implementer of the workshops. Knowledge shall be tested in written examinations. Positive grades shall be written into the doctoral candidate’s record book (Index) by the course teacher. 
DESCRIPTION OF MONITORING OF TEACHING QUALITY 
The mechanisms of institutional monitoring of teaching quality (the Regulations on Doctoral Study of the University of Zagreb, Form DR.SC. -04, DR.SC. -09). 
ECTS: The ECTS system shall not be applied.

 

The second mandatory course is Research Methodology linked to the corresponding MODULE.