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Published on Dec 19, 2018
Writing a scientific research paper requires more than knowledge about your study. It means explaining the important methods, findings, and implications of your study to other researchers and readers. It also means composing a paper at an academic level that will get your paper published in reputable journals. In order to do that, researchers need to understand what to include in their papers, where to put it, and how to write effective English phrases to explain their research.
In this seminar, conducted at ChungAng University in South Korea in November 2018, research writing instructor and Wordvice/EssayReview managing editor Kevin J. Heintz explains how graduate and PhD students can ensure that their manuscripts are conveying the most important information in their research studies in the most effective way.
Lecture Content • Research Writing Overview 1:51 • Research Paper Structure 5:50 • Composing Research Paper Sections 11:05 • Tips for Improving Quality of Writing 1:01:19