Scientists want people to read their work and to appreciate what they have done. To facilitate this their writing needs to be logical, easy to read and free of mistakes. Nobody has the perseverance to read confused, boring material filled with spelling mistakes and grammatical errors. Referees don’t have time to waste on poorly written, error filled articles. If you want your work to be accepted, present it well.
The course consists of one short module. This course describes how with a little thought and discipline we can improve our ability to describe our scientific work, either in a report for our manager or in a publication for the scientific community.
The course shows how to prepare a manuscript for an international journal, containing:
- materials and methods,
- results and discussion,
and how to choose an appropriate journal for publication.
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