Edanz Group will hold a free writing webinar aimed at graduate students and early-career researchers on 2 October 2017, 7:00pm to 7:45pm Japan Standard Time. The webinar, which will be delivered in English, is open to all and will cover the basics of research writing for journal publication (click here for the registration site).
The 45-minute webinar will be presented by Dr Trevor Lane, Education Director and Senior Publishing Consultant of Edanz Group.
Learning about the fundamentals of research writing is important before you start preparing manuscripts for publication in international journals. There is more to professional research writing than just good English grammar and correct spelling. During this webinar, you will learn what journals look for, the "ABC" of good writing, and some common writing mistakes to avoid.
The webinar will be the first in a new series from Edanz Group on developing good research writing skills, which is especially focused at researchers who use English as a second or additional language. Requests for topics or issues to be covered in future webinars are welcome and can be emailed to <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
The outline of the first webinar in the Writing Skills Webinar series is as follows:
Webinar: Basics of Research Writing
DATE: 2 October 2017
TIME: 7:00pm - 7:45pm (JST)
By the end of this webinar, you will be able to:
- Use appropriate writing style
- Clarify logical relationships
- Increase readability
- Identify common grammar errors
- Practice proofreading
To register for the free seminar, please use the registration site. Questions about manuscript writing can be emailed in advance to <email@example.com>, and they will be answered in or after the webinar.
Edanz Group provides tools, resources, and services for researchers and research institutions to publish in international indexed journals and communicate their research to the world. In addition to publication support, editing, and news writing, Edanz offers a range of educational services from trained native-speaking instructors to help all levels of researchers throughout their careers.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to request an online or face-to-face lecture, interactive workshop, or individual/small-group consultation.