This workshop will run in Wallingford on 15 January 2019 and Lancaster on 29 January 2020
This interactive workshop will boost your confidence and ability to write a great science paper that will be cited again and again. Here is a little taster video introducing you to the course and course leader Prof. Andrew Johnson.
The course will run with a mixed audience of external learners and CEH staff and PhD students.
This workshop focusses on getting high citations. The workshop will study the following using group and individual exercises:
- How to write a good title
- How to write a good abstract
- Thinking about your audience
- Maintaining a narrative thread and not submerging your audience in too many messages
- Finding a transparent scientific language
- Marshalling your argument
- Using figures
- Ending in a clean conclusion
- Social media and other forms of promotion
Max 20 external learners per event
Suitable for anyone whether you have published none or one hundred papers!
Prof. Andrew Johnson, Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
Andrew has been an active researcher for the past 27 years. As of May 2017 the Web of Science reports 113 papers with over 4,000 citations giving an H-index of 35. 10 papers have now passed over 100 citations each.
MSc & PhD students/researchers, industry, environmental consultancies, public sector
Sign up closes 6 days before the event