“How to Write a Scientific Literature Review”
This course has been awarded 5-star reviews from academic staff and students and is recommended as essential training for anyone about to start a Ph.D. degree.
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This course will be online in the autumn of 2017. Submit examples of your writing through great exercises designed to help you develop the skills you need for degree-level lab reports and written assignments.
You will learn how to:
- use concise, clear scientific language through online instruction and practical exercises
- produce correctly formatted tables and figures through online instruction and submitted work
- write for different audiences through online instruction and submitted work
There are a limited number of places available and the course will be available again in January 2018.
- How to write a scientific literature review - available now
An instructional course designed to help you approach and plan your literature review. Aimed at senior undergrads and postgrads.
- Writing skills for the workplace
A 6-week course where you are invited to submit as many examples of your work as possible. The course material is sent to you on a weekly basis over 4 weeks. After 6 weeks, allowing for submission of work and feedback, you will have a completed portfolio providing evidence of your communication skills for future employers.
- Using reference manager software
A short course designed to introduce you to the different free packages available and how to integrate them with your Word documents to create the perfect bibliography.