Scientific Writing

Clear, concise, quality writing is critical in scientific papers. This module offers a guide through the process of producing a scientific paper from writing through publication. A review is given of different types of scientific literature-primary, secondary, tertiary, and grey literature. The module then covers the structure of a scientific paper with examples and comparisons. The authors also cover details as to where to publish and how paper submission works.

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Cómo Redactar un Artículo Científico (Spanish)
Rédaction Scientifique (French)

Theme: Communicating and Teaching Science

Language: English

Region: Global

Keyword: communication

Components: 10

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Synthesis: Scientific Writing

Author: E. Sterling, M.R. DeJong

   

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Exercise: Researching scientific papers

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Author: M.R. DeJong, E. Sterling, K.A. Roosenburg

   

Exercise: Preparing an Abstract

Author: E. Sterling, J. Ginsberg, K.A. Roosenburg

   

Exercise: Reviewing Scientific Writing

Author: E. Sterling, J. Ginsberg, K.A. Roosenburg

   

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Presentation: Scientific Writing

Author: K.A. Roosenburg, E. Sterling

Teaching Notes: Scientific Writing

Author: K.A. Roosenburg, E. Sterling

Teaching Notes: Conducting a Literature Search

Author: M.R. DeJong

Solutions: Researching scientific papers

Author: M.R. DeJong, E. Sterling, K.A. Roosenburg

Solutions: Preparing an Abstract

Author: E. Sterling, J. Ginsberg, K.A. Roosenburg

Solutions: Reviewing Scientific Writing

Author: E. Sterling, J. Ginsberg, K.A. Roosenburg


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