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This one day course provides a sound grounding in the core skills needed to produce accurate and effective scientific writing.

Course content

• Critique of readability in relevant papers
• Use of tenses in academic papers
• Writing with impact, concise writing
• Grammar and proof reading
• Scientific table and chart critique

Previous participants have said:

• ‘It was a great resource to improve on my writing skills overall. The exercises were good and broke up the day to shift our concentration.’
• ‘I found the exercises fun and really useful as they helped to take in what we were learning.’
• ‘Dr John Dixon was very professional, clear and allowed the students to give their input.’

Intended for

All DPhil students and postdoctoral researchers

NB. This course is appropriate for both native and non-native speakers of English. However, if you are a non-native speaker you will need a good general standard of English to benefit from the course.

Number of places

30

Speaker

Dr John Dixon

Date/time

The most recent course took place on Monday 9 March between 9am and 5pm/

Venue

Careers Service, Banbury Road, Oxford

 

Booking

 

TBC