Seminar for Bachelor Thesis
The seminar for the bachelor thesis is especially aimed at students of business informatics and those interested in other courses of study who would like to write or write a bachelor thesis at the Schöller Endowed Chair of Business Informatics.
The aim of the seminar on the bachelor thesis is to make it easier for students to familiarise themselves with scientific work. The seminar begins with a general introduction to the basics of scientific work and with an overview of the steps necessary to write a thesis. In particular, various research methods frequently used in business informatics will be discussed (literature analysis, qualitative research/case studies, quantitative research/empiracy, experiments, design science research).
The seminar imparts basic knowledge for the preparation of a bachelor thesis and is primarily oriented towards the phases of the scientific work process for the preparation of a research paper:
- Basics of scientific work
- Topic identification
- Literature research
- Formulation of the research question
- Choice of research design
- Implementation of the research project
- Evaluation of research results
- Publication of research results
The demonstration of different software programs as well as accompanying exercises, which are worked on and introduced during the appointments in fixed groups, make a practical deepening of the meeting contents possible.
Students must present their own research projects and ideas during the seminar in order to discuss the ideas of their own bachelor thesis.
The aim is for students to learn to conduct independent studies on scientific questions in business informatics. This seminar is intended to provide students with an introduction to the scientific work of business informatics and students should use this in the context of their accompanying bachelor thesis.
On the following Tuesdays 16:45 – 20:00, AEG 33.1.02
- 29.10.2019 (Introduction and How to Write)
- 05.11.2019 (Literature Review)
- 12.11.2019 (How to present)
- 19.11.2019 (Theories in IS Research)
- 26.11.2019 (Research Methods)
- 03.12.2019 (Review and Evaluation)
- 14.01.2020 & 21.01.2019 (Presentations)
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