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As we worked our way through our research, we created anchor charts to post as a visual reminder of the steps «great» researchers go after via their examine.
Albeit I do not have any pictures of this step, during this investigate I truly…Truly…emphasized the importance or organization in research. Continue reading We have been loving some penguin research in 2nd grade
- At least two-thirds of published scientific papers are written by researchers whose very first language is not English
- 20% of the comments referees make when reviewing papers for possible publication in international journals regard English language issues
- In some disciplines, acceptance rate by journals of papers originating from the US/UK is 30.4%, and is higher than all other countries
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For long now, we have recognized the need for ethics training. The word “retraction” is fairly a dreaded word and no one wants their manuscript retracted. At the same time, many authors do not know what they can do to avoid retractions and publish ethically.
In the past, we have attempted to bridge this skill gap by organizing workshops and webinars for authors on ethics. Continue reading Online course on publication ethics: Register now!
A nation without a national government is, in my view, an awful spectacle.
–Alexander Hamilton, The Federalist Papers. No. 85
After the Revolutionary War, many Americans realized that the government established by the Articles of Confederation was not working. America needed a fresh form of government. Continue reading The Federalist Papers
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There are few things as feared by students as writing the dreaded research paper. Many don’t know where to begin. Or they fear they won’t do a good job. And because of this paralysis they often wait too long to be able to write a decent paper—thus fulfilling their self-made prophecies. Continue reading Writing Effective Research Papers
Step One: Choose a Topic Idea
If you haven’t been assigned a topic, look at my table below for an idea, or go after the link to the right about 100 Reflection Topic Ideas.
Example: I’m visiting my mom who lives near the beach that I went to a lot growing up, so I’m going to write about that.
Step Two: Examine your Subject
Depending on your topic, you may need to close your eyes and reminisce, read, see, listen or imagine. Continue reading How to Write a Reflective Essay with Sample Essays