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Proposal of seminar on academic writing Dec.8 16:30-18:30

TMDU Library Seminar 46
- Proposal of seminar on academic writing - (in English)
This seminar is designed for those researchers who have written papers in English and would like to reach the next stage of publication.
If an author understands the common mistakes that writers typically make and knows how to avoid them then his/her chances of being accepted will increase. The goal of this seminar is to hone the author’s writing skills to
enable them to prepare a publication worthy manuscript by using the IMRAD format: Introduction, Methods, Result, and Discussion. This will help them get accepted, searched, and cited.
Date and timeDecember 8, 2014, 16:30-18:30
VenuePC room 1 in Library (M&D Tower 4F)
LecturerMary Nishikawa(CACTUS Communication K.K)
Contents① What is the “IMRAD” style?
② Important points when you write each section (Introduction, Material and Methods, Results, and Discussion)
③ Common writing mistakes.
*How to paraphrase
*Words and phrases which may cause grave misunderstanding
*How to cite other papers
*How to use verb tense
*How to maintain consistency throughout the paper
④ Skills to get searched and read, and how to choose good titles and keywords
⑤ Publication ethics
DocumentYou can download the documents and ask a quiestion of the lecturer, if you register with CACTUS Communication K.K. Click here.
Contact InformationBooks and journals clerk
E-mail: Phone:03-5803-5598