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Choosing the right tense: Introduction | 올바른 시제 사용: 서론

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

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 the content and organization of a typical introduction section. Besides learning useful tips to enhance your writing in manuscripts, importantly, we will go through in detail the use of verb tenses specifically in the introduction section.

이번 웹 세비나는 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 세비나의 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.
Recorded Apr 26 2017 61 mins
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    논문 원고의 서론 작성에 대해서 더 배우고자 하는 연구원 및 박사 과정 학생들을 위한 웹세미나입니다

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    Brief description:
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    This will be conducted in Chinese

    Outline:
    Part I. 文章被拒的常见错误分析
    1.1 文章被拒稿的根本问题: 不专业!High-quality papers look similar, but each sloppy paper shows various unprofessional features!
    1.2 文章的脸面: 投稿信要专业! Write a professional cover letter
    1.3 《论文写完再认真看一遍,求你了!》
    1.4 血的教训-拒稿 Rejection
    1.5 我的文章:一审退回重投(Decline and Resubmit)
    1.6 避免直接杯具: Is your paper worth your and the peer reviewers’ time?

    Part II. 优秀学术论文写作的超快速入门(关注摘要和讨论)
    2.1 优秀学术论文的写作和内容要求: Accuracy + Brevity + Clarity (ABC)
    2.2 文章写作顺序
    2.3 Discussion的写作要点 — what do the results mean?
    2.4 摘要—文章的广告(见微知著), 摘要的好坏最能体现作者的整体语言和专业素质
    2.5 好文章—图表规范,图注详细

    Part III. 国际期刊编辑稿件处理的全过程揭秘+答复信写作
    3.1 国际期刊编辑系统的工作界面
    3.2 核查作者在出版社的所有记录: 是否重复、切片投稿
    3.3 查重: 某国际期刊结果举例
    3.4 Rejection without peer review (不送审拒稿): 编辑的“最爱”/作者的“最恨”
    3.5 举手表决: 编辑作出不送审拒稿所需的平均时间
    3.6 编辑的主要工作:众里寻他千百度, 找合适的审稿人!
    3.7 修改稿:应全面答复审稿人的意见

    Part IV. Take-home messages: What gets your manuscript accepted?

    This will be conducted in Chinese
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  • Title: Choosing the right tense: Introduction | 올바른 시제 사용: 서론
  • Live at: Apr 26 2017 9:30 am
  • Presented by: Jieun Hani Kim
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