WORKSHOPS AND WEBINARS
Bespoke programs for every publication need
Our instructor-led and customized programs are designed to equip researchers, peer reviewers, and journal editors with skills needed to navigate and master the publication process. We provide workshops, training programs, mentorship support, and customized multi-format blended learning programs.
Our training team comprises industry experts with experience in academic writing and years of engagement with the field.
Building robust research skills
We create and reinvent our training programs to suit the pressing and ever-evolving needs of the scholarly community. Our training programs are dedicated to the goal of empowering early- to mid-career researchers by helping them acquire the skills they need to produce quality research output.
Our core areas of focus
Introduction to scientific communication
The purpose and audience of scientific communication, in-depth academic publishing for young researchers, and attributes of scientific language.
Grammar and language for scientific communication
Augmenting language skills by focusing on good grammar, punctuations, word usage, quantitative and numerical expressions, and avoiding critical language errors.
Preparing and writing a range of research content, from abstracts to full-fledged papers and grant proposals.
Understanding ethical issues in publication, engaging in ethical practices, and avoiding retractions and plagiarism.
Using visual aids to represent information, such as tables, graphs, charts, and illustrations.
Understanding the types of scientific communication, including laboratory notebooks, oral and poster presentations, scientific dissertations, and journal articles.
Content retrieval, revisions, and reviews
Understanding citations and references, the peer review process, and conducting final checks and revisions prior to manuscript submission.
Manuscript submission and peer review
Understanding how to respond to peer reviewer comments, track submission status, and communicate with the journal.
Advanced scientific communication
Enabling authors to write for global audiences, understand the dynamics of intellectual property rights, and promote their research for greater impact.
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Assoc. Prof. of Applied Mathematics Faculty of Engineering,
Mansoura University, Egypt
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Arneil G. Gabriel
Program Chair, Department of Public Administration,
Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology Cabanatuan City, Philippines
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University of Santo Tomas Espana, Manila, Philippines