The Scientific Writing library guide lists starting information to enhance scientific writing, publication, and professional speaking.
Note. Additional resources are at the designing phase.
Enhance scientific communication through an effective scientific writing, publication, and professional speaking.
Guide for the exploration of multidisciplinary literature, information analysis, critical appraisal, and scientific writing to enhance the scientific publication.
The Scientific Communication is a pilot initiative designed to enhance the scientific writing processes by transforming the information-seeking behavior to establish and maintain the quality of scientific literature analysis and writing, aiming to improve the scientific publication.
The scientific writing alliance adds information quality value to written academic works to improve academic publication through following:
At this phase of the initiative, the consultation and lectures on scientific writing are offered.
A scientific writing consultation is offered for post-graduate trainees on an academic writing, copyright and intellectual property rights, journal submission selection, research integrity, Open Access Publication, detection of predatory journals, and ethics of publication.
Scope of literature search consultation is:
The scope of Scholarly Publication consultation is:
This lecture introduces the standards and guidelines of ethical writing, research theft and predatory publishing, plagiarism, research integrity in writing and communicating research and research data, copyright and intellectual property rights, research integrity, and research forensics used to detect plagiarism.
This lecture introduces the writing of an academic article, submission, and review, authorship guidelines, copyright and intellectual property rights, research integrity, and ethics of publication.
This lecture introduces principles and methodology for conducting a literature review, analyzing literature, planning literature review, research development, literature analysis and synthesis, and writing a literature review draft.
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