Self-paced learning program: Crash course on research writing
In this program you will learn:
- How to frame the statement of the problem for your research project
- How to conduct a literature search and review
- How to write a strong Introduction
- How to write the perfect Methods section
- How to write the most effective Results and Discussion sections
- How to write a research paper abstract
- How to avoid critical language errors in your research paper
Why should you enroll?
After having spent months or even years on your research project, and finally having achieved results worth talking about, you just can’t wait to get your paper published in a journal! But there’s one major hurdle you have to cross first—drafting a great manuscript that will grab the attention of the journal editor and peer reviewers and win you favourable feedback, leading to acceptance. Manuscript preparation is usually the most challenging stage in a researcher's publication journey. No one understands this better than us at Editage Insights, because we’ve guided thousands of researchers through this journey!
That’s why we’ve put together this learning program that combines all our best courses on manuscript preparation. A compilation of seven bite-sized courses, this program offers you step-by-step guidance from publication experts on all aspects, from framing your research question and conducting a literature review, right through to how to develop each section of your manuscript and avoid language errors that annoy peer reviewers.
This program is designed especially for busy researchers, teaching you everything you need to know about manuscript writing within a total learning time of just 24 hours.
Course 1: How to write a statement of the problem
- What is a statement of the problem?
- Why do you need a statement of the problem?
- What are the key elements of a statement of the problem?
- How should you write a statement of the problem?
- What is the format of a statement of the problem?
Course 2: How to conduct a literature search and review
- Techniques for evaluating information sources
- Methods for drafting a comprehensive literature review
- Tips and tricks to optimize online searches
- The internet and other formal and informal channels to obtain information
Course 3: How to write a strong Introduction for your research paper
- What’s the difference between an abstract and an introduction?
- What makes an effective Introduction section?
- How should you write a great Introduction section?
- What should you avoid while writing your Introduction?
Course 4: How to write the perfect Methods section
- What is the Methods section?
- Why is the Methods section important?
- What is the basic structure of the Methods section?
- How should you write the Methods section?
- How can you avoid making errors in the Methods section?
Course 5: How to write the most effective Results and Discussion sections
- How should you write the Results and Discussion sections?
- What should be included and excluded in these sections?
- What is the difference between the Results and the Discussion sections?
- What is the right format to represent results?
Course 6: How to write a research paper Abstract
- What is the purpose of an abstract?
- How does the abstract help the reader?
- What is the biggest benefit of an abstract?
- What are the different types of abstract?
- When should you write the abstract?
- How do you format the abstract?
Course 7: How to avoid critical language errors in your research paper
- Understand the kind of common errors made by researchers
- Identify common language problems in your research paper and how to fix them
- Identify proofreading errors and how to fix them
- Ensure that your manuscript has better readability and clarity
- Write your manuscript with ease and without errors
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