150 English Grammar Pages: Facebook, YouTube, Reddit, Telegram

You well know that productive studying and social networks are like archenemies to each other. You can only do one at any given time. You usually start with studying, let’s say, English grammar, but suddenly find yourself scrolling your Facebook feed or browsing subreddits. We know how that works. Read More

FREE WEBINAR: Open Science – Accountability, Integrity, and Reproducibility in Scholarly Research

28 August, 2019; 8:30 – 9:30 AM (EDT) In this increasingly complex and interconnected global scientific ecosystem, Open Science aims to make knowledge transparent and accessible using digital technologies, collaborative networks, and tools. Researchers need to apply the principles of openness to all the stages of their research cycle as a step forward towards Open Science to increase openness, integrity, collaboration, and reproducibility in scholarly research.  This webinar will give a detailed overview of the concept of Open Science and its fundamental aspects like Open Access, Open Data etc. It will also highlight how researchers can contribute to Open Science by sharing all their research outputs, resources, methods, or tools openly. Read More

Enago webinar

Getting Your Manuscript Edited by Professional Editors – Why is it Beneficial?

17 July, 2019; 8:30 – 9:30 AM (EDT)

Are you uncertain about your English writing skills? Do you need help to communicate your research effectively? Researchers often face challenges in publishing their work in international peer-reviewed journals due to language constraints. Getting assistance from a professionally experienced editor helps you present your data clearly and eliminate the common language and grammar errors. Read More

Purdue University

7 Ways to Overcome Writer’s Block

Whether you’re writing a research paper on the ethics of psychology, an analysis of fire management measures, or a thesis on digital piracy and security, writing can be difficult. Add in a full-time job and the demands of modern life, and sometimes it can seem impossible. Read More

writing

“Writing for Publication” Workshop by Emily Austin Thrush (USA)

Presentation “Writing for Publication” and a follow-up workshop on the principles of clear research writing (10 April 2019). The presenter will show information from research on the differences in the writing style of non-native speakers of English that may influence decisions by editors and peer reviewers. This research points to specific steps writers can take to make their writing better match the expectations of journal editors. The event will take place at the National University of Science and Technology MISIS (Moscow). Read More