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FREE MINICOURSE

WRITING FOR SCIENCE

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  • Introduction to Course
    • Needs & means
    • Communication & writing
    • Some language: Verb tense
    • TEST 1
  • Anatomy & Physiology of Theses
    • Structural & functional analysis
    • Reading assignment
    • TEST 2
  • Principles of Scientific Writing
    • What is Plagiarism?
    • Write in a simple and concise style
    • Some Language: Simplifying vocabulary
    • Assignment 2
    • TEST 3
  • The abstract
    • Structural analysis of abstract
    • Analyzing abstracts
    • Assignment 3: Analyzing abstracts
    • Assignment: Write an abstract
    • TEST 4
  • The introduction
    • Structure & development of introduction
    • Preparing to write the introduction
    • Assignment: Analyzing introductions
    • Exercise: Analyzing an introduction
    • Some language: Reporting from the literature
    • TEST 5
  • Material and methods
    • Structure of material and methods
    • Preparing to write methods section
    • Exercise: Writing methods
    • TEST 6
  • Results
    • Tables and figures
    • Table titles and figure legends
    • Language: Comparison & contrast
    • Results in text
    • Level of detail
    • Preparing to write results
    • Writing results
    • TEST 7
  • Discussion and conclusion
    • Structure of discussion
    • Language: Level of certainty
    • Analyzing discussions
    • Writing discussion outline
    • Analyzing conclusions
    • Transforming major results into conclusion
  • References
    • Selecting references
    • Sources of references
    • Reference formats and management
  • Publishing research
    • Criteria for manuscript acceptance
    • Journal selection
    • Manuscript preparation
    • Submission and peer review
ENGLISH FOR SCIENCE

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SKILLS FOR PROFESSIONS

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FREE MINICOURSE

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  • Abstract structure & organization
    • Content & organization
    • Analyzing abstracts
    • Quiz
    • Comments
  • Writing an abstract
    • Extraction of information
    • Guidelines for writing
    • Writing an abstract from a paper
  • New Section
    • Evaluate this course

WRITING FOR SCIENCE

Go to course

  • Introduction to Course
    • Needs & means
    • Communication & writing
    • Some language: Verb tense
    • TEST 1
  • Anatomy & Physiology of Theses
    • Structural & functional analysis
    • Reading assignment
    • TEST 2
  • Principles of Scientific Writing
    • What is Plagiarism?
    • Write in a simple and concise style
    • Some Language: Simplifying vocabulary
    • Assignment 2
    • TEST 3
  • The abstract
    • Structural analysis of abstract
    • Analyzing abstracts
    • Assignment 3: Analyzing abstracts
    • Assignment: Write an abstract
    • TEST 4
  • The introduction
    • Structure & development of introduction
    • Preparing to write the introduction
    • Assignment: Analyzing introductions
    • Exercise: Analyzing an introduction
    • Some language: Reporting from the literature
    • TEST 5
  • Material and methods
    • Structure of material and methods
    • Preparing to write methods section
    • Exercise: Writing methods
    • TEST 6
  • Results
    • Tables and figures
    • Table titles and figure legends
    • Language: Comparison & contrast
    • Results in text
    • Level of detail
    • Preparing to write results
    • Writing results
    • TEST 7
  • Discussion and conclusion
    • Structure of discussion
    • Language: Level of certainty
    • Analyzing discussions
    • Writing discussion outline
    • Analyzing conclusions
    • Transforming major results into conclusion
  • References
    • Selecting references
    • Sources of references
    • Reference formats and management
  • Publishing research
    • Criteria for manuscript acceptance
    • Journal selection
    • Manuscript preparation
    • Submission and peer review
ENGLISH FOR SCIENCE

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SKILLS FOR PROFESSIONS

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FREE MINICOURSE

Go to course

  • Abstract structure & organization
    • Content & organization
    • Analyzing abstracts
    • Quiz
    • Comments
  • Writing an abstract
    • Extraction of information
    • Guidelines for writing
    • Writing an abstract from a paper
  • New Section
    • Evaluate this course