If you want your paper to be cited, you will need to pull in your readers. Writing an interesting and convincing title and abstract is only half the battle; you will also need an Introduction section that awakens your readers’ interest and is clear, to the point and informative. It sets out your roadmap – telling them how you plan to develop your topic and what your line of argument is. In this webinar, you will learn what to include in the Introduction and, in particular, how to weave together a story. Another skill is mastering different ways of making reference to the literature, and being able to say the same things that have been said many times before in an interesting, intriguing way.
Feedback is one of the best learning experiences: Participants of Module 2 will be given individual feedback on their texts in order to strengthen their future proposals.
Module 1a: The Introduction (1 hour)
Module 1b: Language and style: Writing clearly and concisely (1 hour)
Module 2: Feedback (1 hour)
It is possible to participate in Module 1 only.
Target audience: Doctoral students and clinician scientists
Maximum number of participants: unlimited for Modules 1a and b, 3-4 participants per group for Module 2
Methodology: Input by trainer, Q&A, writing and editing own text, feedback.
Module 1a and b: come prepared with questions on the topic
Module 2: write (part of) proposal/grant application (1/2-1 page A4). Your text will be proofread/edited by two/three other students and the trainer and discussed in the session.
Please check that your PC meets the requirements beforehand (microphone, camera, Internet connection).
Next workshop: To be announced
For module 1 0.3 CP and for both modules 1 CP for transferable skills training can be credited.