This course, is designed to train students with a vocation to follow research work for
- The search for information in the scientific literature,
- The implementation of automated monitoring strategies,
- Evaluation of the quality and relevance of the information found,
- Their organization and archiving for reuse.
It will also involve training students in publishing practices (peer review, publishing house, open archives, etc.), bibliometrics, as well as the associated ethical rules (plagiarism, identification of co-authors, etc.).
In addition, students will be taught how to develop their capacity to write a scientific article or report, to help them decide on the best way to present their results, to target the right type of publication and to be able to communicate their results to different types of audiences (article, poster, slide show...).