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Scientific Writing

  • Course level: Beginner

Description

This online Scientific Writing course is designed to get you started as a writer. Practice writing your words on paper or on your computer so that you can build confidence to write and publish your work.

Learn how to write the four clear principles of good non-fiction writing and work on carefully designed exercises for each principle. This online writing course is designed for authors and bloggers at any level. Also, this Scientific Writing course takes you step-by-step through techniques on writing quality paragraphs, which are the foundation of all academic writing. Learn these building blocks and then put them into practice to see all the difference. From this course, you will learn how to write from good to great.

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What Will I Learn?

  • Learn how to write the four principles of good non-fiction writing
  • Practice writing to build your confidence to write & publish your work
  • Learn how to write, from good to great.
  • Write emails, articles & proposals in minutes instead of hours
  • Learn some tips for writing great main characters w/ realism
  • Understand traditional & digital publishing
  • Understand the importance of emotions when writing

Topics for this course

45 Lessons

Scientific Writing Course

Introduction: Principle of effective writing00:00:00
Examples of what to not do00:00:00
Overview: Principle of effective writing00:00:00
Cut the clutter00:00:00
Cut the clutter, more tricks00:00:00
Practice cutting clutter00:00:00
Use the active voice00:00:00
It is really OK to use “We” and “I”?00:00:00
Active voice practice00:00:00
Write the verbs00:00:00
Practice examples00:00:00
A few grammar tips00:00:00
Experiment with punctuation00:00:00
Practice, colon and dash00:00:00
parallelism00:00:00
Paragraphs00:00:00
More paragraphs practice00:00:00
A few more tips: Repetition, key word, And acronyms00:00:00
More paragraphs practice00:00:00
Overview of the writing process00:00:00
The pre-writing step00:00:00
The writing step00:00:00
Revision00:00:00
checklist for the final draft00:00:00
Upcoming Writing and Editing Assignment00:00:00
The original manuscript00:00:00
Results00:00:00
Methods00:00:00
Introduction00:00:00
Discussion00:00:00
Abstract00:00:00
Alternative to original research: Review, Letters to the editor00:00:00
Authorship/acknowledgements/References00:00:00
The submission process00:00:00
Conversation with Dr: Bradley Efron00:00:00
conversation with Dr: George lundberg00:00:00
Upcoming writing and editing assignments00:00:00
Plagiarism00:00:00
Ghostwriting and guest authorship00:00:00
Conflicts of Interest/Disclosure00:00:00
How to do peer review00:00:00
communicating with journalists and the lay public00:00:00
Demo Edit -100:00:00
Demo Edit -200:00:00
Concluding Remark00:00:00
Scientific Writing
55 £

Enrolment validity: Lifetime