Department of scientific work

Department of scientific work

POSITION about the department of scientific work

Job description of the head of the department of scientific work

Head of the department

Tkachenko Lyudmila Vladimirovna

E-mail:

science@forlan.org.ua

nauka_giim@ukr.net

Leading specialist of the department

Rusakevich Tamara Feliksivna

E-mail:

t.rusakevich@forlan.org.ua

nauka_giim@ukr.net

The Department of Scientific Work is a structural subdivision of the Horlivka Institute of Foreign Languages of the Donbass State Pedagogical University, established to coordinate scientific activities at the institute and implement its results in the educational process. The department is directly subordinated to the Deputy Director for Scientific and Pedagogical and Educational and Methodological Work, accountable to and under the control of the Director of the Institute.

The main tasks of the department of scientific work are:

  • implementation of the state policy in the field of science at the institute;
  • organization and coordination of scientific work at faculties and departments.

COMPETITIONS

List of branches of knowledge, specialties (specializations), of which the second round of the All-Ukrainian competition of student research papers in the fields of knowledge and specialties, basic institutions of higher education in 2020-2023 ORDER

On holding the All-Ukrainian Shakespearean competition of student research and creative projects named after Vitaly Case in June-December 2021

On holding the XII Taras Shevchenko International Language and Literature Competition for Pupils and Students

RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF UKRAINE ON PLAGIARISM TESTING

Plagiarismt - appropriation of authorship to another's work or to another's discovery, invention or innovation proposal, as well as the use of another's work in their works without reference to the author.

Thus, plagiarism is in any case considered a fraud, the essence of which is to steal someone else's work or part of it and present it as your own. In general, plagiarism can be divided into three main types:

  1. Copying someone else's work (both without and with knowledge) and publishing it under your own name.
  2. Presenting a mixture of own and borrowed from other arguments without proper citation of sources.
  3. Paraphrasing someone else's work without a proper reference to the original author or publisher.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. https://uk.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%9F%D0%BB%D0%B0%D0%B3%D1%96%D0%B0%D1%82

- Law of Ukraine "On Copyright and Related Rights";

- Law of Ukraine "On Copyright and Related Rights"; Law of Ukraine “On Education”, Article 42.

- Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of August 26, 2021 № 897 Procedure for revoking the decision on awarding a degree of higher education and awarding the appropriate qualification 

- MES of Ukraine, Letter dated 11.06.2020 № 1 / 9-318 On the proper quality of dissertation research.

- MES of Ukraine, Letter dated 20.05.2020 № 1 / 9-263 Prevention of certain problems and errors in the practice of ensuring academic integrity: Analytical note

- MES of Ukraine; Letter 1 / 9-650 dated October 23, 2018. Regarding recommendations on academic integrity for higher education institutions;

- MES of Ukraine; Letter dated 14.09.2018 № 1 / 9-553. On the responsibility of specialized scientific councils for their decisions on the award of scientific degrees;

- MES of Ukraine; Letter dated 15.08.2018 № 1 / 11-8681. Letter-recommendations for the prevention of academic plagiarism and its detection in scientific papers;

- MES of Ukraine; Letter dated March 14, 2018 № 1 / 9-150. On the responsibility of specialized scientific councils for their decisions on the award of scientific degrees (on the quality of dissertation preparation);

- MES of Ukraine; Letter dated April 13, 2018 № 1 / 11-4133. Memorandum of Cooperation between the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and Plagiat.pl and Antiplagiat LLC.

INFORMATION SUPPORT FOR SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITIES

DIRECTORATE OF SCIENCE AND INNOVATION

Webinar program for Ukrainian scientists to be held by Clarivate in February 2022

February 10, 16: 15–17: 15 (Kyiv time).

Topic: 20 years of the Budapest Open Access Initiative: How the publishing landscape has changed (Clarivate for Scientists series).

Description: Open access. Open science. Definitions, components, functions. Impact on publications. Open access and its types. Cost of publications. Influence on access and dissemination of knowledge. Analysis of open publications of Ukraine.

Registration link: bit.ly/3HIJ3U8


February 23, 10: 15–11: 15 (Kyiv time).

Topic: Derwent Innovation Index: additional opportunities for research ("Research Smarter" series).

Description: Research activities of higher education and research institutions play a crucial role in the life cycle of innovation. Research results are reflected in publications and patents. In conducting standard research and trying to understand research trends, the scientific community often tends to rely solely on publication data, neglecting important patent data. The webinar will discuss patent data available on the Web of Science and other Clarivate resources.

Registration link: bit.ly/3ubJumn


February 24, 10: 15–11: 15 (Kyiv time).

Topic: Identification of experts using the Web of Science database ("Research Smarter" series).

Description: The webinar will focus on how to analyze the achievements of scientists according to the Web of Science platform, in particular to get answers to questions about who are the leading experts in a particular field of research, where advanced research is concentrated in a particular region. researchers should look for opportunities for collaboration, etc. The capabilities and features of the Publons platform and the Orcid ID will also be discussed.

Registration link: bit.ly/345MPZt

Recordings of previous webinars in Ukrainian are available on the Youtube platform at the link: bit.ly/3h9ltpE

In addition, scientists have the opportunity to register for webinars in English, the schedule of which is available at: bit.ly/3ojTExs

Sergey Gladkikh