Hints and aids for the seminar
General HintsThe general hints are captured in the general seminar guidelines.
Outline / Table of ContentsThe outline / table of contents (which has to be submitted on the first deadline) should include the section titles for your paper and a few sentences or bullet-points per section. The intention behind writing an outline in the beginning is the following:
- Have a basis for discussion with your supervisor
- Have a basis to plan the further research and writing process
- Give the paper a coherent structure / story
Links how to write a paper/seminar report
Here are some advice on writing your term paper in addition to the general guidelines:
Links how to do a review
The following links provide some guidelines how the review should be done. Although they are geared more towards paper reviews in a scientific conference/journal setting, many of the reviewing concepts are still applicable in this review task.
- Timothy Roscoe. Writing reviews for systems conferences. March 2007
- Alan Jay Smith. The task of the referee. IEEE Computer 23(4), pp. 65-71, April 1990
- Hugh Davis. How to review a paper. January 2007
Links how to do a presentation
Some bright people have given up their time to write some tips on how to do a presentation. As with other tips given on this page, we can’t encourage you enough to read them.
- Paul N. Edwards. How to give an academic talk. January 2013
- Bruce Donald. How to give a talk.
- Simon Peyton Jones, John Hughes, John Launchbury. How to give a good research talk. November 1993 The general seminar guidelines also contain good tips.
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