ENG-613(3) / 1 credit
Teacher: Bless Ann Sheila
Remark: Next time: Fall 2021
To make researchers aware of good scientific writing, help them structure their articles, point out pitfalls in scientific writing, enable researchers to face their writing with confidence, deal with specific problems in writing research proposals.
Comparing different styles in scientifc writing
Turning clumsy, wordy writing into clear understandable English
Editing a badly written article
Each participant will write a title, abstract and introduction which will be commented on by all participants and trainer. The
emphasis is on structure and readability
The discussion and results section will be dealt in detail with by commenting on published ones.
On day 4-5 there will be individual sessions of 30 minutes; participants can bring any writing of their own choice.
Important concepts to start the course
as from 2nd year and in the process of writing an article
By the end of the course, the student must be able to:
- Produce articles (structured and readable)
In the programs
- Exam form: Project report (session free)
- Subject examined: Scientific Writing (3) (Sion)
- Lecture: 24 Hour(s)