In “Student Publishing” Russell Butson talks about the experience of medical students and undergraduate students in publishing at the University of Otago. What differences might there be between a journal initiated by students and one initiated by a department or faculty champion? If students value being read by the public, should views, downloads, comments, and other interactions be a part of a student’s grade?
“To begin with, the reality tell us that the problem now a day, it is that the tipycal process of student publishing is: the dissatisfactions by student regarding the effort involve in writing research papers that were simply “thrown in a draw”.
From my point of view, here we have another point of view on this matter, why the student research are not taking on count. I think that perhaps, the institutions consider that those research are are not relevant enough, lets see the video, I must say that even this video talk about medical school, the problem still the same.
video by: Leigh Blackall
Julia Echeverria Moran