This course introduces the research methodology and publication. First emphasis is placed on major parts of research methodology and writing a dissertation. The major topics which selected for this area are:

What is the meaning of Research?
What is the difference between Search and Research?
What is the meaning of Research Methodology?
How many steps a Research has?
What constitutes a research topic?
How to select a research topic?
How can find a supervisor?
What is the difference betwen Basic and Applied Research?
What is the difference between Primary and Secondary Research?
What is the meaning of literature review or Related works?
Where is the sources of information for a research?
How to select an appropriate methodology?
What type of data should collect?
How to gather related data?
How to analyze gathered data?
How to draw a conclusions from data?
How to present research findings?
what is the meaning of Viva session?
How can manage a presentation in a Viva session?
What are the major questions of a Viva session?
Second emphasis is placed on the publication and writing a paper. The mjor topics which selected in this area are: How to write a research paper?
Is writing paper a skill?
What is the purpose of your paper?
what is the structure of a conference paper?
what is the structure of a journal paper?
What is the Abstract?
What is the conclusion?



Endnote Workshop

EndNote is a reference management software package, used to manage bibliographies and references when writing essays and articles. It is produced by Thomson Reuters.
Session 1: Introduction to EndNote,
Session 2: Using EndNote in our research paper

Microsoft Project Workshop

MSP is a project management software, which is designed to assist a project manager in developing a plan, assigning resources to tasks, tracking progress, managing the budget, and analyzing workloads.
Session 1: Introduction to EndNote,
Session 2: Using EndNote in our research paper

XMind Workshop

It is a mind mapping and brainstorming software for capture ideas, clarify thinking, manage complex information, and promote team collaboration.
Session 1: Introduction to XMind,
Session 2: Using XMind for a sample project

Research and Innovation Workshop Series

The workshop intends to help students either at Masters or Honours level, who have had no previous experience doing empirical research but who are already working towards formulating a research topic. Much of this short session will be devoted to an introduction of the key terms used in the writing of a research proposal. It is hoped that as a result of the discussion of these terms a basic understanding of the nature of the research product and the research process will be provided.
How do research?
What is the best database for LR/RW?
How find the best Methodology?
What is the best Ping in our reseacg?
How can test and analysis our Ping?
How can publish our paper?
ISI journals
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