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All posts tagged ‘writing‘

1. Aug 2023

Academic Writing for Natural Scientists (September 12 and 28, 2023)

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Aim and Content The interactive workshop aims at improving non-native English speakers’ skills in writing scientific texts in English and to permanently upgrade the linguistic quality of their English writing. Participants will be equipped with a textbook written by the trainer that covers all the features introduced during the sessions, they will have ample opportunity to […]

8. May 2023

[BMBF] Hackathon in Leipzig (May 12-14, 2023 | onsite)

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The project “Hack the wiki gap – making innovative women visible” aims to reduce the gender gap in Wikipedia, i.e. the gap in biographies of women. In addition, it aims to close the author gender gap, i.e. the underrepresentation of women in Wikipedia communities and among Wikipedia authors. To this end, several Hackathons are being […]

12. Apr 2023

Writing a publication

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Recommendation for writing a paper Whitesides, G. . (2004), Whitesides’ Group: Writing a Paper. Adv. Mater., 16: 1375-1377.

8. Feb 2023

English Academic Writing: The Ground Rules of Writing Well (May 4-5 and 8, 2023)

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This workshop addresses junior scholars from the social sciences, economics, and the humanities who have good command of the English language, seek to improve their English writing skills, and strive to make their academic papers more idiomatic. The workshop seeks to create an awareness of the typical patterns of non-idiomatic writing to which non-native authors […]

17. Dec 2021

e-learning: Basics of scientific work

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An online self-study course for scientific work in German of the LLZ has the following modules: Scientific thinking & working:The scientific method, quality criteria and the research process (incl. scientific text types) Basics of copyright lawCopyright and scientific citation Planning & preparation of scientific workPreparation of a scientific work and about the good use of […]

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