Academic Communication and Digital Service Innovation Research
This course introduces the academic system for publishing and how research results are communicated in society. In particular the objective is that the student further develops skills to carry out a literature study on a current theme of digital service innovation. The students write an academic article reporting the results of the study that is presented at an academic conference.
The course is divided into two parts. The first part deals with the academic system for the publication and dissemination of research results. This part also deals with research ethical and societal critical perspectives regarding academic publishing. The second part of the course is to carry out a literature study and report its findings in an article. It includes supporting activities such as supervision as well as seminars where students examine and discuss each other's articles. It is part of the course to perform written reviews of other students' articles. The article is presented at a conference organized by the students.
Bachelor's degree 180 credits in informatics, information science, computer science, interaction design, software development, information technology, service science, innovation science, business administration or equivalent. English 6.
Available for exchange students. Limited numbers of seats.
Language of instruction:
Teaching is in English.