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This page will include a list of seminar topics students can be responsible for.
Mode[edit | edit source]
- The seminar will be a splitted block seminar.
- It consists of 3 Meetings.
- Students will prepare a poster and present the poster to a small group of other students.
- Every Meeting each student presents his poster twice.
- Presentations will take 15 Minutes + 5 Minutes for Q&A and change over.
- Students have the chance to improve their poster for the next meeting.
- besides the poster students have to prepare:
- a multiple choice quiz with questions about their poster
- a short abstract (half a page) that describes what the audience of the poster will have learned.
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