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学生对 哥本哈根大学 提供的 Academic Information Seeking 的评价和反馈

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This course will introduce you to the basic elements of academic information seeking - we will explore the search process from defining a strategy to evaluating and documenting your search results. Attending the course will make you a proficient information seeker. You will learn how to carry out comprehensive literature searches based on your own research assignment. You will be guided through the various information seeking steps from selecting relevant search strategies and techniques to evaluating your search results, documenting your search process and citing your sources. Attending the course will enable you to: • Identify your information need • Evaluate databases and other information resources • Set up search strategies and use various search techniques • Formulate search strings based on your own research assignment • Identify relevant material types • Undertake critical evaluation of your sources • Search more efficiently on the internet • Avoid plagiarism • Cite correctly • Work with reference management • Document your search process The course is intended for undergraduate students but the lessons will be useful to anyone who is interested in becoming better at finding scientific information. There are no formal requirements for the course. The series consists of 21 lectures that are organized into three modules. The lectures include small assignments and quizzes (to check comprehension). The lectures will each touch upon a topic that is essential to the information seeking process. To get the most out of the lecture series, we recommend that you access the lectures while you are working on an academic paper. We also recommend that you watch the lectures in the order in which we have structured them. We recommend that you create and fill out a log book while attending the lectures. We have created a log book template that you can use during the course. The lecture series has been developed in collaboration between information specialists at University of Copenhagen and Technical University of Denmark...



Sep 10, 2017

A detailed review of one of the most important skills in academic research: information seeking. In particular, I enjoyed the tutorials on Mendeley and reference management tools. Highly recommended!


Oct 17, 2020

The course was very comprehensive and easy to understand. The instructors made sure that they are giving the information in a way that won't make me confused. Thank you so much for this great course!


151 - Academic Information Seeking 的 159 个评论(共 159 个)

创建者 Jiri K

Apr 11, 2020

Quiz 2 was very difficult, even if I made notes from videos. Showing correct answers in quizzes´ feedback is missing. Examples of search query contain some mistakes (see discussion forum).

创建者 Cherie

Jul 22, 2019

This is a very helpful lesson for beginners in academic field, it would be better if it can teach the students further tools and strategies in information seeking

创建者 KP

Jan 3, 2021

If you have made it to pase your sophomore year in college, this course may offer little benefit aside from directing you to useful online reference sources.

创建者 hala

Oct 3, 2017

too general, it might be more interesting if it is focused on specialties: for example seeking information for health professionals

创建者 Y.R. S

Aug 23, 2017

Nice course. However - it is too basic

创建者 Niki Z

Jan 30, 2022

The accent was awful and boring!

创建者 Тулебаева Б Т

Mar 30, 2021

Не могу слушая видео и читая перевод ответить на вопросы по 2 модулю.Сделано несколько попыток и все не верные,возможно ошибка?Я очень хочу завершить курс и получить оплачиваемый сертификат

Тулебаева Баян

创建者 Furkhan

Jun 29, 2016

Perfect guided course. The only handicap to me is the accent of the speaking English. I hardly understand what they are saying without subtitles.

Thx for your all precious effort.

创建者 Maha A

Dec 23, 2021

The course has become outdated because of technological advancement. Mendley no longer offers the features discussed in this course. This course needs to be updated/revised.