Ukraina sõjapõgenike haridus Eestis

Seoses eskaleerunud sõjaolukorraga Ukrainas, toetab Eesti riik igakülgselt sõjapõgenike vastuvõtmist Eestis. Eesti, Läti ja Leedu haridus- ja teadusministrite ühispöördumises on selge sõnum: oleme valmis pakkuma Ukrainast tulnud õpilastele võimalusi haridustee jätkamiseks nii alus- ja üldhariduses kui ka kutse- ja kõrghariduses.

Kohustuse sõjaolukorrast mõjutatud laste igakülgseks aitamiseks loob lisaks riigi demokraatlikele väärtustele ka Lapse õiguste konventsiooni artikkel 38ajutise kaitse direktiiv Ukraina põgenikele ning iga lapse õiguse Eestis õppida annab Eesti Vabariigi põhiseadus, mille kohaselt on igaühel õigus haridusele.

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Välisminister Liimets Ukrainas: Eesti, Läti ja Leedu toetavad Ukrainat riigi ülesehitamisel

Eesti välisminister Eva-Maria Liimets visiidil Ukrainas koos Läti välisministri Edgars Rinkēvičsi ja Leedu välisministri Gabrielius Landsbergisega, et avaldada Ukraina rahvale ja riigile Baltimaade vankumatut toetust. Välisministrid kohtusid Ukraina presidendi Volodõmõr Zelenskõiga, parlamendi esimehe Ruslan Stefantšukiga, asepeaminister Olga Stefanišõnaga ja välisminister Dmõtro Kulebaga. Samuti külastasid välisministrid hukkunud sõdurite mälestusseina ja Irpinit, kus pärast vabastamist paljastusid Venemaa sõjakoledused.

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How to make an effective research presentation

Presentation software programs have advanced to the point where you no longer need to be an experienced designer to put together a compelling piece of collateral that conveys your findings about academic research in exactly the right way. With the right materials, the right presentation software, and a little bit of time, you can visualize any data that you have in the form of a terrific presentation that sells your research better than numbers alone ever could.

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Selecting keywords: tips from springer nature

Keywords are a tool to help indexers and search engines find relevant papers. If database search engines can find your journal manuscript, readers will be able to find it too. This will increase the number of people reading your manuscript, and likely lead to more citations.

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Create an interactive map of the references used

After putting in a lot of thought, time, and effort, you’ve finally selected a research topic. As the first step towards conducting a successful and impactful research is completed, what follows it is the gruesome process of literature review. Despite the brainstorming, the struggle of understanding how much literature is enough for your research paper or thesis is very much real. Unlike the old days of flipping through pages for hours in a library, literature has come easy to us due to its availability on the internet through Open Access journals and other publishing platforms. This ubiquity has made it even more difficult to cover only significant data! Nevertheless, an ultimate solution to this problem of conglomerating relevant data is literature mapping.

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What is the difference between a lead author and co-author?

At first glance, the status of a «lead author» would seem to be fairly straightforward. If most of the work of a particular study is done by only one researcher then his name should come first in the citation. However, unless an agreement is reached among all authors defining what «the most work» means, misunderstandings will inevitably ensue and could lead to a conflict of interest. This situation can quickly deteriorate further to even academic misconduct if the list of authors doesn’t accurately reflect the extent of involvement for each author.

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