Doors Open - Access to Literary Work

Literatur research

Description

Literary work is a fundamental part of scientific work. Literature work on didactic questions also presents students with a special challenge: literature must be researched and synthesised from academic, educational and practical teaching sources.

  • This course presents the basics of research and the handling of literature as well as special databases (overviews of databases of certain subjects: chemistry, biology, physics, mathematics, geography) in the form of short video tutorials in order to enable a quick and individual refresher or supplementation of previous knowledge on literary work.
  • This course offers the opportunity to individually improve literature research skills. Video tutorials can be used on the following topics:
    • Basics of literature research (keyword search, citation, etc.)
    • Overview of general databases
    • Overviews of databases of certain subjects (chemistry, biology, physics, mathematics, geography)
    • Introduction to working with selected databases

Goals

Get to know subject-specific databases and learn literature research techniques for the subjects chemistry, biology, physics, mathematics & geography.

Target group: Students and freshmen in chemistry, biology, physics, mathematics and geography

Contents:

  • Basics of Literature Research
  • Interdisciplinary Information
  • Chemistry:
    • DChemLit
    • Central chemistry-didactic sources
  • Geography:
    • GEODOK
    • GeoDidaktik
    • Central geography-didaktic sources
  • Mathematics:
    • MAT Journals
    • MATHEduc Database
    • Central mathematic-didaktic sources
  • Physics:
    • central physics-didaktic sources
  • Biology:
    • central biology-didaktic sources

Author

Prof. Dr. Katrin Sommer, Dr. Christian Strippel & Dr. Nicolas Efing

Department

Natural Sciences

Format

self-study course in Moodle

License

Copyright (C) Prof. Dr. Katrin Sommer,  Dr. Christian G. Strippel,  Dr. Nicolas Efing

Date of publication

Wed, 25. Jul 2018 (aktualisiert am Mon, 03. Dec 2018)

Language of content

German