Ishan Dave (BELS-Certified Editor and Publication Consultant, Enago)
Publishing expert, consultant, and chemist with 7+ years of experience in the academic publishing industry
April 30, 2019 08:30 – 09:30 AM (EDT) Continue reading Free Webinar: How E-Learning Can Help in Publishing Your Research
On April, 17-19 the Convention and English Language Expo of the National Association of teachers of English — NATE Russia — was held on the basis of ITMO (St. Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics). It brought together teachers from all over Russia, as well as well-known speakers from the USA and Europe.
Continue reading NATE-2019 CONFERENCE OUTCOMES
Academic writing is something that even well-established, native authors have difficulty with. Imagine the plight of non-native aspirants! Writing may be an art that may come naturally to a few, but academic writing is a whole different ball game altogether. Academic writing is a developed skill. Continue reading 3 Ways International Students Can Improve Academic Writing Skills
The University of Iowa’s International Writing Program (IWP) invites young Russian writers to apply to participate in a two-week summer cultural exchange program called Between the Lines (BTL). Continue reading Summer Writing Workshop – “Between the Lines: Peace and the Writing Experience”
The journey of a student from kindergarten to university is no less than a Hollywood movie. There are crisis, success, failure and even joy – which make the academic career of a student worth cherishing. However, there are challenges in every step that make the journey miserable for the students at times. Continue reading How do Academic Challenges Evolve throughout a Student’s Career?
Writing well is about a lot more than appropriate grammar and punctuation. In reality, fantastic writing frequently violates the principles of grammar, sometimes violently. It’s also more than just creating a fantastic style. Continue reading 8 Qualities of Super Powerful Writing
Even the pupils can find themselves under-performing, usually. It is frequently since they are caught in a rut and aren’t certain what things to do in order to enhance when college pupils are inside this circumstance. The very first measure is really to sort the explanations for why you may be underperforming if it describes you, as well as another thing to do, is always to figure through how you can handle the issue. Continue reading 10 Methods to Enhance Your Educational Grade’s
This webinar will address the fundamentals of crafting successful article submissions in the sciences and social sciences.📝
In this webinar you will learn how to:
✒ Identify publishable arguments within your research
✒ Define the contribution of your article to the field
✒ Select appropriate journals for submission
✒ Revise your article to increase its chance of acceptance in a specific journal Continue reading Free webinar: «Publishing Your First Journal Article» (28 February 2019)
Many graduate students are often concerned that academic writing is too difficult. This concern, however, can be eased. There are many tips a student can learn in order to become a better academic writer. This includes understanding how the writing process can help develop the necessary writing skills needed for academic and professional careers.
Continue reading 9 Practical Tips to Be A Better Academic Writer
Finding Your Way Out of the Fog.
Do you feel like you’ve lost your way in the review of literature? Do you read endless articles and find yourself no closer to completing your review of literature? Join Dr. Chris Deason to learn a simple and effective process to identify and organize relevant content into a cohesive review. Continue reading on February 7, 2019: Free Webinar – The Review of Literature: Finding Your Way Out of the Literature Fog, presented by Dr. Chris Deason