AuthorAID award-winning online courses are designed for researchers and scientists in low- and middle-income countries. This course is designed for those working in both scientific and social science fields, this course was updated in 2023 to integrate the content of both our ‘Research Writing in the Sciences’ and our ‘Research Writing in the Social Sciences’ online courses.. It is suitable for early career researchers, or for those with limited experience in publishing papers in reputable peer-reviewed journals.
Course duration: 6 weeks
- Understanding previous research (Accessing Research Papers and Making Sense of Research Papers);
- Knowing the ethics of research (Doing and Reporting Research Ethically and Avoiding Plagiarism in Your Writing);
- Preparing to write your research paper (Considering the Evidence Base for Your Research, Identifying a Suitable Target Journal and Understanding Open Access);
- Writing your research paper (Developing the Sections of a Research Paper and Becoming a Better Writer);
- Proceeding to publication (Making a Good First Impression and Facing Peer Review).
Registered participants will also be able to access an additional 2-week short course, ‘Basics of Writing a Grant Proposal’.
Course dates: 16th May to 26th June (End 4th July for the additional course)
Course leaders: A team of experienced guest facilitators from the AuthorAID network. This course will include a number of live discussion sessions which will be timed to cover different global time zones.
Complete information about the course along with enrolment instructions are available on our Moodle website: https://learn.inasp.info/course/view.php?id=300 You will need to create a learn@inasp (previously called INASP Moodle) account if you don’t already have one. Please follow the instructions carefully (you may need to click on the above link again after registering your account).