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  • Words are the Building Blocks of Language: Use Them Precisely
    Words are the Building Blocks of Language: Use Them Precisely
    Steven Ward Recorded: Jul 31 2018 52 mins
    This webinar will teach you the principles of proper word choice for academic writing.

    Anybody that aims to write academic papers, especially for publication in international journals and in English.

    You will gain an in-depth understanding about why word choice is so important in academic writing. You will learn how to evaluate and improve your own word choice for the most effective presentation.

    Please note that the webinar will be conducted in English.

    I.Words are the Building Blocks of Language: Use Them Precisely
    II.Introduction
    a.Lecturer Introduction
    b.Contents
    III.Key Principles
    IV.Exercise (Descriptive subjects and active verbs)
    a.Which passage is easier to read?
    V.Exercise (Be exact)
    a.Which passage is better?
    VI.Exercise (Be direct and to the point)
    a.Which version is better?
    VII.Exercise (Using plain English)
    a.Which one is better?
    VIII.Exercise (Being Specific)
    a.Which one is better?
    IX.Several further practice examples of these concepts
  • 3 of 3: Avoid plagiarism and respond to reviewer comments with confidence
    3 of 3: Avoid plagiarism and respond to reviewer comments with confidence
    Steven Ward Recorded: Jun 6 2018 48 mins
    Brief Summary
    In this three-webinar series, participants will learn how to structure a manuscript, identify and avoid common writing mistakes, avoid plagiarism, and respond to reviewer comments.

    All the sessions will be delivered in English.

    The journal editor largely decides whether or not to publish an article based on the suggestions and opinions of peer reviewers. Generally, the critical comments of reviewers and the revisions required can be painful for the authors. Thus, researchers may become stressed and even grow diffident after receiving their the editor’s decision. In this session, we will explain how to provide adequate responses to reviewer comments in order to increase your chances of publication. We will also discuss how to properly paraphrase in your manuscript in order to avoid one of the most serious problems: plagiarism!

    III.Day 3
    a.Avoiding plagiarism
    i.Paraphrasing guidelines
    1.Examples
    b.Publication process
    i.Responding to reviewer comments
    c.10 minute Q & A
  • How to write an abstract
    How to write an abstract
    Steven Ward Recorded: May 31 2018 60 mins
    Are you confused about when to write the abstract? Do you need help in understanding how to create an effective abstract? Let’s take a look at the steps you can follow. Also, you will learn about essential elements that would attract journal editors and readers.

    Note that the webinar will be in English

    Abstracts
    a.Introduction
    i.Self Intro
    ii.Content Overview
    b.Purpose
    i.Your abstract is not an advertisement
    ii.It is more like the newsflash report about an in-depth story
    iii.The purpose is to help anyone that reads it understand your research
    iv.Types of Abstracts
    v.Abstract Formats
    vi.Common Mistakes
    c.Trend Examples
    i.Innovation-Focused Approach
    ii.Reader-Centric Approach
    d.Writing
    i.When To Draft Your Abstract
    ii.Useful Expressions
    iii.Abstract Exercise
    iv.Cover Letter Tips
  • 2 of 3Prepare a publication-worthy manuscript: Identify & avoid writing mistakes
    2 of 3Prepare a publication-worthy manuscript: Identify & avoid writing mistakes
    Steven Ward Recorded: May 30 2018 56 mins
    Brief Summary
    In this three-webinar series, participants will learn how to structure a manuscript, identify and avoid common writing mistakes, avoid plagiarism, and respond to reviewer comments.

    All the sessions will be delivered in English.

    Often authors, especially early-career researchers, are uncertain about how to prepare a manuscript for submission. Although each journal has its own set of rules, there are a number of tasks common to all that should be considered during the submission phase. In this session, participants will learn how to make their submission complete, and thus make the work of the editor and reviewers easy. The focus will be on choosing the most effective words and the most common mistakes in grammar, style, and formatting.

    II.Webinar 2
    a.Self-editing
    i.Word Choice
    ii.Most Common Errors
    b.10 minute Q & A
  • 1 of 3 Communicate effectively:Useful tips to structure your research manuscript
    1 of 3 Communicate effectively:Useful tips to structure your research manuscript
    Steven Ward Recorded: May 23 2018 57 mins
    Brief Summary
    In this three-webinar series, participants will learn how to structure a manuscript, identify and avoid common writing mistakes, avoid plagiarism, and respond to reviewer comments.

    All the sessions will be delivered in English.


    At first glance, structuring an article seems like a simple task. However, as researchers begin to write their scientific articles, they often find it difficult to structure their content into the IMRaD sections: Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion. In this session, participants will learn how to structure an original research article into the IMRaD sections. We will also share tips on how to organize bibliographic references.

    I.Webinar 1
    a.Structure
    i.The bird’s eye view
    1.Considerations while writing
    ii.Introduction
    1.Literature review
    iii.Methods
    iv.Results
    v.Discussion
    b.Works Cited help
    i.Apps and electronic tools that help
    c.10 minute Q & A
  • The basics of writing a scientific manuscript: IMRAD, content, and verb tense
    The basics of writing a scientific manuscript: IMRAD, content, and verb tense
    Jieun Hani Kim Recorded: Apr 24 2018 79 mins
    Have you received peer reviewer comments suggesting that your manuscript should be revised by a native English speaker? Would you like some tips on how you can avoid such comments?

    Who is this for?
    Researchers and doctoral students who want to learn to write a more effective introduction section in their manuscript.

    Why should you attend?
    This webinar, which will be conducted in Korea, will cover different aspects of writing an introduction section of a scientific manuscript. Briefly, we will discuss IMRAD, content, and verb tense. Besides learning useful tips to enhance your writing in manuscripts, importantly, we will go through in detail the use of verb tenses specifically to make the paper submission ready.

    Note that the webinar will be conducted in Korean.
  • 한국 저자들을 위한 웹세미나: 과학 논문에서의 수동태 사용
    한국 저자들을 위한 웹세미나: 과학 논문에서의 수동태 사용
    Jieun Hani Kim Recorded: Mar 27 2018 62 mins
    Why should you attend?

    This webinar, which will be conducted in Korean, will look at the basics of using the passive voice. We will learn how to form passive sentences; the different ways to write passive sentences; and when to use them over the active voice in manuscript writing. We will look at specific examples from scientific journals to see how voice is used in different parts of a scientific manuscript.

    이 웹세비나는 논문 원고 작성에서 한국 저자들이 흔히 궁금해 하는 수동태 사용을 다룰 것입니다. 수동태 사용의 기초를 배우며 실질적으로 과학논문에서 어떻게 사용이 되는지 여러 예시들을 통해 살펴볼 것입니다. 수동태 문장을 만드는 방법 및 다양한 수동태 형식의 문장들을 배우며 과학논문의 각 섹션에서 수동태와 능동태가 어떻게 사용되는지 배우시게 될 것입니다.

    Note that the webinar will be conducted in Korean
  • Ensuring quality English language in your scientific paper
    Ensuring quality English language in your scientific paper
    David Kipler Recorded: Mar 14 2018 62 mins
    Why should you attend?
    Did you know that you can delay your publication success merely by poor English communication? International journals with a global readership are published in English, and your manuscript language quality and presentation are among the first things a journal editor will notice in your submission. To conquer language barriers and learn to communicate your research effectively, join David Kipler for his webinar ‘Ensuring quality English language in your scientific paper’.

    Who is this for?
    Researchers and doctoral students who want to overcome the language barrier and communicate their science effectively in English


    This webinar will be delivered in English
  • 한국인 저자를 위한 팁: 원고의 명료성를 높이는 방법
    한국인 저자를 위한 팁: 원고의 명료성를 높이는 방법
    Jieun Hani Kim Recorded: Feb 27 2018 57 mins
    This webinar which will be delivered in Korean.

    You will understand why ESL authors fail to write clearly and coherently in English. The contents of the webinar are tailored to the Korean audience, explaining key differences between Korean and English and common misconceptions in technical writing that lead to poor readability and clarity when authors write scientific manuscripts. We will explain through examples how you can increase clarity at various levels of the text.
  • 올바른 시제 사용: 서론
    올바른 시제 사용: 서론
    Jieun Hani Kim Recorded: Jan 23 2018 76 mins
    Have you received peer reviewer comments suggesting that your manuscript should be revised by a native English speaker? Would you like some tips on how you can avoid such comments?

    Who is this for?
    Researchers and doctoral students who want to learn to write a more effective introduction section in their manuscript.

    논문 원고의 서론 작성에 대해서 더 배우고자 하는 연구원 및 박사 과정 학생들을 위한 웹세미나입니다

    이번 웹 세미나는 시리즈 중 첫 강의입니다. 논문 원고의 섹션 중 서론 부분을 다룰 것입니다. 먼저 서론 작성에 있어서 서론의 내용과 조직 같은 기본 개념들을 살피고 이 섹션에서 유용에게 사용할 수 있는 영문 작성 팁들을 배울 것입니다. 이번 웹 세미나의 주요 섹션인 서론에서의 시제 사용을 구체적인 예들을 통해 배우고 양질의 논문을 쓰는 방법을 익히게 될 것입니다.

    Note that the webinar will be conducted in Korean.

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