1 of 3 Communicate effectively:Useful tips to structure your research manuscript

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Steven Ward

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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

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