In this course, you will :
- Be able to read and analyze research papers in any fields to gather information about your own research.
- Be able to identify a research question that will serve as your guide throughout this journey.
- Be able to plan your research by drawing a path and timeline and knowing what you will do at each step.
- Be able to find a mentor who is an expert in the field of research and will assist you at every step of the research process as well as proofread your draughts.
- Discover where to publish high school and undergraduate research papers.
1. Define and Articulate a Research Question
- How to read research papers
- How to find a research question
- Who is your audience?
2. Sources of Information
- Read as many papers as you can!
- Find a Mentor
- Sources you can easily reach
3. Collecting New Data
- Investigation Methods
- Avoiding bias!
4. Create Your Timeline
- When and where?
- Set up deadlines for each step
5. Writing a Literature Review
- Readable by everyone!
- Revise your hypothesis
- Citing and Plagiarism
6. Writing the Rest of the Paper
- Positive or null results
- Overview of the sections you should include
- Results, Conclusion, and Discussion
7. Publishing Your Paper
- The criteria and importance of the publication
- Where you can publish as a high schooler?