Seminar, where participants shared
their experiences with involving students in R&D activities took place on December,
15. The main focus was set on a question, how one can involve students in
developing study processes, research or projects.
Our own experts introduced their personal experiences regarding cooperation
with students – how easy or difficult the involvement has been and how to
motivate students throughout the process? Which experiences they have gained from
the mutual cooperation and what they learned from it? Also, how the difficulties
have been overcome?
In addition, recommendations were given to the colleagues, who are considering,
whether it is good or bad idea to involve students in the research projects (of
course it is worth it!).
The main speakers were Svetlana
Ganina, Ingrit Roosileht, Madis Parv and Allan Nõmmik. Their topics were following:
- Svetlana Ganina
– experience story, how to write a joint article, make a conference
presentation and supervise research with a student (Svetlana’s previous
experience comes from Tartu University and Estonian Military Academy).
- Ingrit Roosileht
– students’ experience and view on inclusion process.
- Madis Parv
– involving students in developing study processes through the practical
- Allan Nõmmik
– conducting a survey of Tartu Airport in cooperation with students.
Seminar took place on site, but in
case of interest to see the recording, you can take a contact with our HR Manager
Alice Ellamik, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Big thanks to the speakers, participants