STUDENTS

Where do I start?

plan yourself
Plan carefully the steps to follow in the elaboration of your work.

With Plan yourself you can manage your time when doing a research job. It offers advice and suggestions in the preparation of academic work.

Look at the specific regulations of your school or faculty, as well as any one specific requirement established by this center or by the tutor and/or coordinating department of the work.

Decide what will be your working methodology to organize the different tasks associated with the development of the project.
This manual will be useful for you to plan, order and prioritize your work in a simple and effective way. A good methodology for organizing tasks will help you avoid the trap of procrastination (Methodologies of organization of tasks , University of Alicante).

2.0 projectOn the web you will find tools that can be useful for the management and elaboration of your work. Many of these tools are free (Help tools to organize the work plan, University of Alicante).

2.0 Project it's a selection of resources and applications of the 2.0 website classified according to their usefulness during the different phases of realization of the project. They are free, very friendly tools that, in addition to minimizing time and effort, favor collaboration and communication, critical evaluation and knowledge exchange.

We recommend that you choose one reference manager such as Mendeley, in order to compile the bibliographical references necessary to carry out the work.

When choosing the topic of your work is important that this would be of your interest. In many cases, you will have to select one among different works proposed by your school.

We recommend that you reach a consensus with the tutor on the thematic limits and the work hypothesis. Theformulation of the hypothesis will help us to see clearly the central topic of the TFG. A well-formulated hypothesis helps to:

  • delimit the subject
  • analyze it in depth
  • look up relationships between the elements that make it up

(Argumenta: formulate a hypothesis)


Last update: 19 / 02 / 2019