Academic Writing and Editing
What you'll learn
- Academic writing
- Academic editing
- Writing papers
- Research steps
- Collecting data
- Writing tools
- Basic research skills
- Basic academic writing tools.
- Writing thesis
This course is dedicated to undergraduate or graduate students in science, engineering, medicine, nursing, or pharmacy schools, all of who are interested in writing and editing their research or summer project professionally.
The course covers four main areas:
1- Writing a research proposal, and solving problems during research.
2- Writing research in parallel to lab work.
3- Reference tools
4- Writing tools and styles, writing
5- Editing research papers and thesis.
The course will cover four main areas:
First, I will talk about how to choose your research topic, write a proposal, start your research, and how to solve problems that you may encounter at the beginning of your research.
Second, I will move to the step of collecting your data, and writing your research. We will also see how you can write in parallel to your lab-work.
Thirdly, I will talk about writing tools and styles, writing the method section, and reporting data and results, and how to reference other people’s work.
The last area we will cover during the course is editing your work and review it before sending it to your supervisor or editing company. You will probably think you don’t need to learn to edit, but you will learn that you need to edit your work before you let someone else read it or look at your work.
The course will help you to identify the skills you need to develop during your study. You will learn how to use the data you collect during your research to write a successful thesis and publish your first paper.
Who this course is for:
- Undergraduate or graduate students in science, engineering, medicine, nursing, and pharmacy schools
- Research Basics
- Beginner in research
- Curious to learn scientific writing and collecting data
- Curious to learn academic writing and editing
- Beginner researchers
Rania S. Seoudi is an online lecturer in chemistry and an academic writer since 2018.
In 2016 Rania obtained her Ph.D. in chemistry from La Trobe University, Australia.
In 2012 she obtained her master’s degree in chemistry from Cairo University, Egypt.
She has seven years of research experience with ten published papers in polymer chemistry and peptides. She also wrote a book chapter entitled designed principles of peptide self-assembly nanomaterials.
She has solid experiences in both the educational and industrial sectors. She worked as a lecturer in the Summer Canada Overseas program for Chinese students.
Also as an academic writer for Immediacy Learning Inc. and Rasayely Writing and Editing Services.
She worked as a chemistry demonstrator at La Trobe University, and as a teacher for American Diploma students.
Her industrial experience includes working in environmental sector as an environmental researcher, and as a chemist in the petroleum and medical sectors.