This video is the first of two parts focused on practical tips for writing your first research article draft. It is deliberately reductive to simply get a student started on writing. More in-depth information to come in later videos!
I talk about how to prepare the writing and and how to begin writing the methods and the results sections.
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In this episode I explain how to read a scientific paper for beginners! It gives some basic information on the mindset you should have when approaching research papers. Going through the different parts of the typical “IMRaD” article, I provide questions the readers should ask themselves.
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I then give a brief intro in literature search, and how an expert in the field reads more efficient by jumping directly to the crucial parts of the paper that provide novelty.
Here is a PDF with the information in the video:
I started my first video series! It’s on scholarship, and I begin by talking about research papers. How they are constructed, how one should read them, and how one can start writing them!
In this video I introduce the basic structure of the modern research paper: IMRaD, which stands for “Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion”
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Well, it’s out and announced in both my YouTube Channel welcome message and this other preview video that I posted on Facebook and LinkedIn.
I am planning to do two series, and I hope to publish them alternately and I also hope to get the first one out by Thursday, February 7th. Crossing fingers that this will work out!
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