Online Workshop, 06/10/2021
Organisation: Dr. Sabrina Coninx & Dr. Gregor Hörzer
10:00 – 12:00
Publishing Research Papers
This workshop provides an overview of the most relevant aspects of the publishing process: considering different venues for publication and deciding on a suitable journal; considering different publication formats; organizing the submission process; understanding the review process; revising a manuscript in light of reviewer comments; addressing reviewer comments.
Mr. Ties Nijssen (Executive Editor Values & Science – Journals Humanities and Law – SpringerNature)
The workshop is organized in cooperation with the PhD/Postdoc Career Center (Zentrum für Promovierende und Postdocs) at Osnabrück University.
12:00 – 14:00
14:00 – 15:00
Informal Discussion: Empirical Projects
with Prof. Peter König (Osnabrück University) & Dr. Babett Voigt (Ruhr University Bochum)
• short presentation of the most important aspects of publishing in empirical projects from the PI perspective (10-20 min)
• Q&A session (40-50 min)
15:00 – 16:00
Informal Discussion: Theoretical Projects
with Prof. Albert Newen (Ruhr University Bochum) & Prof. Sven Walter (Osnabrück University)
• short presentation of the most important aspects of publishing in theoretical projects from the PI perspective (10-20 min)
• Q&A session (40-50 min)
Online Workshop, 12/05/2021
Under the guidance of Donna Fraser, the PhD and postdoctoral researchers of the RTG will explore the topics of equality and diversity in a workshop of approximately 2.5 hours. The workshop is supposed to provide an interactive and constructive platform for exchange and discussion. Topics of the workshop are, among others, equality and equity, targets and quotas, diversity in academia, intersectionality, as well as language and terminology.
Online Workshop, 12 & 13/04/2021
The internal workshop “Writing a research paper” took place on 12.04. and 13.04.2021. All PhD’s and even the PostDocs of the Situated Cognition RTG benefited from the expertise of Mr. Frank Lauterbach, who gave the lectures. Within the workshop we touched on topics like authorship, introductions, outlining, paragraphing, abstracts or objectives. Due to the high degree of interaction, it was possible for all participants not only to get the above-mentioned topics explained theoretically, but also to apply them practically. In addition, there was a lot of time for discussion, which meant that individual questions were addressed, and more insights were gained than expected. All in all, highly successful two days, which has proven to be useful for the course of the PhD’s. Also a big thanks to Regina Fabry, who organized the workshop.
The workshop was organised in cooperation with the PhD/Postdoc Career Center (Zentrum für Promovierende und Postdocs) at Osnabrück University.