Scientific guidelines for academic writing
The "Scientific Guidelines for Academic Writing" for bachelor, master and diploma theses at the Chair of Innovation Management contains important information and formal requirements for the preparation of scientific papers.
- Scientific guidelines for academic writing(1.5 MB, 15 pages)
Program for Reference Management
The program is offered for free for both students and lecturers and supports the entire research process - from searching for sources to finishing your paper. You can find the program under the following link:
The citation style of the Chair of Innovation Management, which is used for seminar papers and theses, can be imported into the program as a CSS-file. The file can be found in our VC-course “Allgemeines zu BWL-Inno”. The instructions of how to integrate the file into Citavi can be downloaded here as well as in our VC-course “Allgemeines zu BWL-Inno”.
At this point, the use of Citavi is only available on Windows-PC.
Alternative programs for reference management
If you are a Mac or Linux user, we recommend the following free reference management programs:
- Zotero (open source) is a plugin for the Firefox browser that gathers bibliographical information, but also websites and other internet sources (videos, blog posts, images, etc.). Basic team work is possible with this web application. A citation plugin is available for Microsoft Word, OpenOffice, NeoOffice, and GoogleDocs.
- Mendely (Freeware) can be synchronously used as a desktop and web application for Windows, Linux, and Mac. Basic team work is possible with this web application. A citation plugin is available for Microsoft Word, OpenOffice, NeoOffice, and GoogleDocs.
Adobe Acrobat Reader
Module guide descriptions
You cand find general information on your studies in the download area. However, the Chair of Innovation Management will not provide any past exams.
The course documents can be found in the Virtual Campus!