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Prof. Dr. Bostjan Gomiscek

Annotated Bibliographies

Saturday, 7th August 2021 • Online

11:00 GMT • 12:00 UK time

Duration: 1h

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Overview

This webinar focuses on understanding the main idea of annotated bibliographies as well as on the clarification of its use while preparing a literature review. 

In this webinar, a step-by-step guidance on how to write annotated bibliographies will be presented using practical tips.

The “craftsmanship” of creating good annotated bibliographies is very important. Not only in the beginning of the doctoral journey to understand the wealth of the literature on the research area of your PhD, DBA or other doctoral program you study for but also while preparing the proposal, as well as for writing up the introduction, literature review and methodology chapters. It will be essential for a high-quality discussion chapter as well.

This free interactive webinar will start at 12.00noon UK time (GMT+1).

To maximise the learning for participants, questions may be posted to the webinar discussion board after your registration. These will be addressed during the webinar.

Key Take-Aways

This webinar will assist doctoral students in:

  1. Learning how to identify and analyse important literature sources.
  2. Get an idea how to establish a proper pool of your literature.
  3. Understand the importance of systematic reading of the main literature in your research area.
  4. Learn how to write annotated bibliographies to support your thesis development and write up.
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Prof. Dr. Bostjan Gomiscek

I passed my viva many years ago, in 1993; however, this does not mean that I have forgotten how it was. I do recall it as it was just yesterday … After my viva, I was part of many Viva exams, of my students at bachelor, masters and PhD level as well as examination & viva committee member of many other students’ theses.

I started my research path as a young researcher at the University of Technology Vienna (Austria), where I obtained my PhD from and at University of Ljubljana (Slovenia). After finishing my PhD, I was working as a Researcher - free-lancer, when I was involved in several national and international interdisciplinary research projects working with research groups from different international universities and research institutions. My research career continued at the Austrian Academy of Science.

In 2003, I was appointed at University of Maribor, Slovenia as an Assistant Professor in the field of Quality Management and Environmental Protection Management, teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. In 2006, I was elected to Associate Professor and in 2014 to Full Professor.

From 2014 to 2021, I was engaged with the University of Wollongong in Dubai, Faculty of Business as an active researcher, with strong engagement in the development and support of the UOWD research platform, the Higher Degree by Research (PhD/DBA) program.

During all my university career time I was engaged in research and/or teaching which is evidenced in my publication record, which contains over 350 items, including journal publications, conference participations, teaching activities and other research and teaching related activities.

I hope I will be able to pass some of my experience to you and help you progressing faster in your PhD journey.

Doctoral journey

This webinar is relevant to the following journey stage(s).

Initial Research Outline and Issue Identification
Literature Review
Get Familiar with Research Specific Subjects
Obtain Ethical Clearance
Identification of Related Studies
Thesis Write Up
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Annotated Bibliographies

Saturday, 7th August 2021

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