Trainings

Trainings in English 2021/22 Spring

29.03.2022.
Trainings in English 2021/22 Spring
In the framework of the NTP-HHTDK-21 project, the ELTE Talent Support Council aims to help your university studies, research work and performance at international conferences and lectures or preparation for the TDK (Conference of Scientific Association of Students), therefore offers free trainings in English in the 2021/22 Spring Semester. 

Each occasion is independent of each other within the themes, not built on each other.

Early registration is encouraged as places are limited. 

After applying for the trainings, you will receive an automatic e-mail about the successful registration.

Details and registration forms:

PRESENTATION SKILLS & POSTER MAKING (2in1 session)

5 April 2022 (Tuesday) 14:00-18:00 - Location: ELTE TTK, Chemistry building 065 Than Károly room - Trainer: Mr Gábor Gercsák, PhD. - Registration

Sessions of the training: 14:00-16:40 – Presentation Skills (The slides, The venue, The show, The end), 16:40-18:00 – Poster Making (The Layout, The venue, Recommended sources)

22 April 2022 (Friday) 9:00-13:00 - ONLINE, Location: Teams - Trainer: Ms Ágnes Albert, PhD. - Registration

Please note that the training is interactive and be sure to have PowerPoint program on your computer as it will be needed for the Poster Making part of the training.

SCIENTIFIC ARTICLE WRITING

11 April 2022 (Monday) 14:00-18:00 - ONLINE, Location: Teams - Trainer: Ms Katalin Wein, PhD. - The training is full

Topics:

  • choosing a journal, using scopus

  • structure of the article

  • writing a cover letter

  • communication with editors during the judging process

  • increase citation

27 April 2022 (Wednesday) 15:00-19:00 - ELTE TTK, Northern block 079 (Jánossy Lajos room) - Trainer: Mr Csaba Szabó, PhD. - Registration

Topics:

  • literature research

  • how to choose a journal

  • what are predator journals

  • reference

  • copyrights

  • publishing strategies

  • open acess

  • MTMT

  • ethical issues, plagiarism