Methods at the Joensuu pilot course

Aim

The aims of the methods in this pilot course were to give students a perspective of the work-life demands and challenges and get them working in multidisciplinary groups. Their second aim was to be able to present their outcomes to the experts but also to the general citizens in a more appealing form.   

Work methods

The idea behind the working methods in the Joensuu pilot course was to offer students visits and lectures from working life experts. This visits helped them to answer their work life-related research question at the end of the course.  You can find these experts lectures at the end of each theme on this website.

Reporting methods

Reporting methods were based on the idea to deliver two kinds of study outcomes a scientific poster and a pitching video. 

The idea of the scientific poster was to make a presentation which is aimed at the experts. From underneath you can find more information how to make an impressive scientific poster.

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The idea of the pitching video was to answer the same question but to make the answer more appealing to the ordinary citizen. Check here the how to make a good pitching video

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We all so suggest that you check one of our speakers Virpi Virjamos pitching speech.

Presenting methods

The presenting methods were based on seminar kind of presenting. In this seminar, students presented both of their study outcomes. The idea was that all of the experts from visits and lectures were invited to the event to woke some conversation.