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Thursday, May 18, 2017 13:00

Scientific research "capacity building" course for AOF’s students
In order to improve skills and experience of students in scientific research methodology, Department of Scientific Research in coordination with Department of International Collaboration, Faculty of Corporate Finance and Faculty of Accounting held an updating course in “guidelines for scientific research methodology, quotations and citations and plagiarism avoidance”.


The course was conducted on Monday May 11th 2017 at Conference Hall 700, AOF’s Duc Thang Campus.

Dr. Ngo Thanh Hoang – Vice Director of Scientific Research conducted the course with his guidelines for students in scientific research methodology. He also share his experience in professional scientific research and encourage the students to be more active in these activities.

Dr. Ngo Thanh Hoang - Vice Directof of Scientific Research, AOF

M.A Do Khac Huong – Vice Direct of of International Collaboration continued his partner with guidelines for improving writing skills in a research. He focused on instructions of international standard research quotations and citations. Additionally, Huong also introduced a software accepted by most of universities in Europe “TurnItIn” to discover activities of plagiarism and then instructed writing skills to avoid risk of plagiarism to the students.

Do Khac Huong M.A - Vice Director of International Collaboration

Representatives of students were also invited to express their thoughts and experience during their research activities in the hope for sharing with other students.

Scientific research is an importance activity for both lecturers and students of the AOF, however, methodology and other related skills have been changing fast as development of global science and technology. Therefore, these type of capacity building courses are essential to the students, they are conducted to equip students with most updated understandings and skills to make better scientific projects.

Source: Department of International Collaboration

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