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Интернет-ресурсы
Resources on Academic Writing

The universities’ academic writing center often offer a variety of free services and articles to help in improving writing skills. Resources are noted on their web sites:



  • Central European University - Center of Academic Writing. URL: http://caw.ceu.hu/online-writing-resources (accessed September 01, 2014).

  • Coventry University Academic writing resources. URL: http://www.coventry.ac.uk/study-at-coventry/student-support/academic-support/centre-for-academic-writing/support-for-students/academic-writing-resources (accessed September 01, 2014).

  • Harvard College Writing Center. URL: http://writingcenter.fas.harvard.edu/pages/resources (accessed September 01, 2014).

  • National Research University Higher School of Economics Academic Writing Center. URL: http://academics.hse.ru/writing_skills (accessed September 01, 2014).

  • Palgrave Study Skills. URL: http://www.palgrave.com/studentstudyskills (accessed September 01, 2014).

  • Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL). URL: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl (accessed September 01, 2014).

  • The University of Leicester Writing Resources. URL: http://www2.le.ac.uk/offices/ld/resources/writing/writing-resources (accessed September 01, 2014).

  • The University of Victoria Writer's Guide. URL: http://web.uvic.ca/wguide/Pages/MasterToc.html (accessed September 01, 2014).



General Resources on Social Science Research Methods

  • Research methods knowledge database: a web based textbook on research methods aimed at undergraduate and postgraduate students. Produced by Cornell University in the USA. URL: http://www.socialresearchmethods.net (accessed September 01, 2014).

  • Resource for methods in evaluation in social research: web site providing information on

  • how to evaluate research. URL: http://gsociology.icaap.org/methods (accessed September 01, 2014).

  • Research methods and statistics arena: an up-to-date guide to books and journals in research methods. Includes free datasets for SPSS. URL: http://www.researchmethodsarena.com/resources/resources.asp (accessed September 01, 2014).




  • Internet for Social Research Methods (Virtual training suite): a free online tutorial to help university students develop their Internet research skills. URL: http://www.vts.intute.ac.uk/he/tutorial/social-research-method (accessed September 01, 2014).


Resources on Research in Public Administration

  • Economic Policy Institute: EPI, a nonprofit Washington D.C. think tank, broadens the discussion about economic policy to include interests of low- and middle-income workers. URL: http://www.epi.org (accessed September 01, 2014).

  • Government Technology: A resource to learn about digital communities and e-Government. URL: http://www.govtech.com (accessed September 01, 2014).

  • National Center for Public Analysis: NCPA’s goal is to solve problems by relying on the strength of the competitive, entrepreneurial private sector. URL: http://www.ncpa.org (accessed September 01, 2014).

  • Public Sector Research Centre: PwC’s goal is to make effective, practical contributions to the debate on a wide range of public service issues. URL: http://www.pwc.com/gx/en/psrc/index.jhtml (accessed September 01, 2014).

  • Public Services International Research Unit: PSIRU researches the privatisation and restructuring of public services around the world, with special focus on water, energy, waste management, and healthcare. It produces reports and maintains an extensive database on the multinational companies involved. This core database and website are financed by Public Services International (PSI), the global confederation of public service trade unions. URL: http://www.psiru.org (accessed September 01, 2014).

  • The German Research Institute for Public Administration: FÖV is the only non-university institution in the Federal Republic of Germany doing application-oriented fundamental research in the field of administrative sciences. The Institute’s range of tasks relates to research in the field of administrative science with specific regard to the public administration’s practical needs and functions. URL: http://www.foev-speyer.de/home/home_engl.asp (accessed September 01, 2014).

  • The Institute for Public Service and Policy Research: an interdisciplinary research and public service unit of the University of South Carolina, USA. Their purpose is to help governments by addressing current and emerging public policy, governance and leadership issues through our educational activities, applied research, and technical assistance programs. URL: http://www.ipspr.sc.edu (accessed September 01, 2014).

The Public Affairs Research Institute: PARI is an independent research institute based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Its mission is to bring theoretically-informed social science research into the service of answering some of the major questions facing the public sector.

  • The main research projects analyze the organizational dynamics of the public sector and conduct a research into social change, citizenship and governance. URL: http://www.pari.org.za (accessed September 01, 2014).

  • Urban Institute: The Urban Institute gathers data, conducts research, evaluates programs, offers technical assistance overseas, and educates Americans on social and economic issues. URL: http://www.urban.org (accessed September 01, 2014).

11. Материально-техническое обеспечение НИС

При проведении практических и семинарских занятий используется компьютер, мультимедийный проектор, электронная почта (студенты создают электронный ящик, на который преподаватель высылает основные слайды и презентации к занятиям, а студенты выполненные домашние задания)



 Презентационный материал на занятиях транслируется с помощью проектора на большой экран

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