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- July 8, 2020
- 14:30 - 17:00 (CEST)
We are glad to announce that Enago in collaboration with Technische Universität Dresden will be conducting insightful sessions helping researchers at different career-stages in achieving publication success.
The impact of ‘English’ language in scholarly communication is unmatched. In the current publishing landscape, competence in communicating important findings in English is considered as a key factor for improved visibility and higher impact. It helps to reach out to the global research community, consequently boosting citations and establishing credibility among peers. For authors and graduate students whose primary language is not English, the most challenging aspect is conveying their research in a manner acceptable for publication in peer-reviewed international journals. Researchers often face difficulties in including all the findings from a research study in one article and presenting it efficiently. Moreover, many studies written by ESL authors are rejected by the journal editors themselves and do not even reach the stage of peer review. In the first session, we will provide researchers with important and easy tips for correct usage of the English language and grammar. We will also discuss ways to present data effectively.
Researchers will have a better understanding of the following:
- Importance of good English writing skills
- Improved knowledge about the application of English grammar in academic writing
- Importance of fluency, clarity, and readability of the manuscript
- Awareness of common mistakes made by ESL researchers while writing in English
- How to present research data effectively?
- Importance of manuscript proof-reading to avoid mistakes before submission
Good academic writing skills also play a crucial role in acquiring grants and fellowships. It is a proven fact that research and funding go hand in hand. Many private and public funding organizations support scholars in the interest of the advancement of science and technology. However, with a substantial increase in the number of proposals being submitted for review, minute differences and detailing in proposals counts most. Competition for grants and fellowships is intensifying and it is important for researchers to not only recognize a good call for applications that matches their profile and requirement but also write an excellent research proposal.
Through our second session, we will help researchers have an improved understanding of the following:
- How to choose between a grant and a fellowship?
- How to perform extensive research for available grants?
- How to identify the different funding bodies and their interests?
- How to read and select the most fitting call for applications?
- Basic building blocks of writing an impactful research proposal
- How to make your proposal engaging and appealing to the funders?
- Understanding the steps involved pre- and post-submission
Who should attend this session?
- Early-stage researchers
- Doctoral students
- Postdoctoral researchers
- Established researchers
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Owner of Murphy Mitchell Consulting Ltd. and an Open Science and scholarly communication expert with more than 20 years of experience in scientific and scholarly publishing
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