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The phenomenon of higher education: student journals

Everyone is like to be informed about what is happening around them. We seek the information we need for daily operations, we are interested in actions that would keep us entertained, from time to time, we look for something to buy, we need to communicate something to others, to participate in a temporary improvement in the environment … These are the reasons of which occur at all high school newsletters and journals, student self-help.

** From printers to monitor ** History student slices is possible as long as their alma mater – universities. Need somewhere to complain about the poor conditions, consult with more experienced, relax at the humorous column or to share an unusual experience there has always been. The student is a sociable creature, and the written word to have the courage to speak directly calls. As far as creativity and communicativeness students apparently still remained the same, time as a medium: student journals disappear from the lecture room, and slowly but surely getting interactive, electronic form. True, it might disappear poetics pomuchlaného booklets, which will shorten the journey by tram to the track, on the other hand, receives your favorite periodical on the Internet ** ** for a new dynamism, attractiveness and efficiency. Some of the fixed stars, which are still firmly holds its paper form ** ** and still do not have even the most basic web site, as a relatively new magazine, Masaryk University in Brno, Lemur, or journal club medics from the Medical Faculty of Palacky University in Olomouc, HAD, which is based 2× a year. Most of their „colleagues“ have found their way into cyberspace, and some even formed up there (those are also called e-zines, that is, electronic magazines).

** Why, why, welcome … ** The most important element of the magazines, which we write here is the fact that students themselves create ** **. This dramatically increases the possibility that the issue you will find just what you currently most interested in burning or. Just because you are a target group, while it may well be the one who is involved in the creation of newsletters. From the student journals you will enjoy the varied content ** **. Of course there are ** news ** from your university, faculty or department, invitations and reports from various conferences and workshops, articles on the thorny issues (such as. plagiarism or queue in the study) and a specialist contributions from science. A very important part of the student magazine articles, discussions and surveys of student life ** ** it is better digs or college that best cooking canteen, where students meet and what is most annoying? Entertain you can essays, jokes and real student stories, recipes, easy fit. Many magazines also offer an overview of cultural events ** ** in your town, publishes reviews of new movies, albums, books, and provides coverages of the most interesting concerts. But you can read a lot about the travel, foreign study programs or scholarships. Enjoy certainly also interesting competition, to advertise or search for a summer job or work. Some magazines even with the university dating. Last but not least, then the ideal student newsletter for your own work ** ** or advertising. Student journals thus brings to your – or certainly very busy – the study of life many positives. In addition to useful information ** and ** opportunity to express excitement or disagreement with the current situation at your school, you will also find space for their own ingenuity and a little relaxation. You can have a try, being an editor to make sense of the publishing and distribution of magazines and the interest in your work is. Last but not least is a major plus student journals that are free ** ** or for a symbolic fee.

** Even at my school? ** It is not in our power to provide a comprehensive overview of all online newsletters, which not only reflects what the students at all our universities. We will review at least some of them. List of some e-zines are also available on „this link“: http://odkazy.seznam.cz/…/Studentske/. ** Charles University, Prague ** is its parent site „UKáčko“: http://www.ukacko.cz/, where in addition to news from all faculties should also find videos, interviews and observations on current events in general. Each faculty then set up their own newsletter: eg Faculty of Arts is „FFakt“: http://ffakt.ukmedia.cz/ (articles on hot issues of the faculty, review courses, photo gallery of events, the opportunity to assess the polls and comment) Faculty of Humanities ‚lobster‘: http://www.i-humr.cz/ (based primarily on paper 6 times a year 200 pieces), Faculty of Social Studies „social“: http://social.ukmedia. com / (eg schedule of the academic year, student council), Mathematics and Physics published „Images of yellow roses“: http://www.kolej.mff.cuni.cz/ lmotm275/ruze ~ / (especially the contributions of students in science and study). ** The University of Economics in Prague ** students can počíst in i-sheet entitled „Student List“: http://www.ilist.cz/, where you will find a number of sections devoted to many topics ranging from careers to comic books. ** Czech Technical University in Prague ** publishes an internal newsletter, „Bulletin of the Faculty of Electro-technical“: http://www.feld.cvut.cz/cz/bul/. ** Masaryk University in Brno ** gives room for example, students in the Faculty of Law Magazine „Octopus“: http://octopus.juristic.cz/ (based primarily on paper) or in the Newsletter of Library and Information Science Faculty of Arts, which bears the name Kiwi „Kiwi“: http://www.phil.muni.cz/kivi/. ** Palacky University in Olomouc ** currently considering where to go on my web magazine „Helen in a box“: http://helena.upol.info/, which even has its own student television. Oficiálněji brought news provided „Journal“: http://www.zurnal.upol.cz/. Your Student Web „T-UL ': http://tuni.tul.cz/ also ** Technical University of Liberec **, pages encounter many interesting information, from reports from the conference schedule Liberec. ** University of West ** gives the student magazine "Dion“: http://dione.zcu.cz/ of specialized reporters mention just a „Antropowebzin“: http://antropologie.zcu.cz/clanek/nastenka, magazine Department of anthropological and historical sciences. Students of all universities are then identified such sites as „Prostorweb“: http://www.prostorweb.cz/ or „Študák“: http://www.studak.cz/. Many useful and interesting information can be found on the course, „our web“: http://www.vysokeskoly.cz!




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