June 08, 2018
The CiteScore 2017 values are here! Establishing a new standard for measuring serial citation impact, CiteScore™ metrics are freely available for more than 23,350 titles — 12,000 more titles than the leading competitor. Continue reading Let CiteScore™ metrics guide you to the right journals.
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In case you are looking to create a killer Explainer Video sometime soon and are clueless about how to get started, this blog is just what you need. For novices, an Explainer Video is one that lets you explain your product or service to a potential customer in a span of just about 60-90 seconds. Continue reading 9 Hacks to Create a Crisp Explainer Video
Recently, online encyclopedia Wikipedia undertook a study to find out which academic papers were most cited in its more than 44 million online articles. It turned out that a single academic paper was the clear leader. Continue reading Who’s citing whom and who’s citing what
There is still time to register for the webinar, Managing the Imposter Syndrome in Academia: How to Overcome Self-Doubt, presented by Moira Killoran on June 28, 2018,
at 1 p.m. Pacific, 2 p.m. Mountain, 3 p.m. Central, 4 p.m. Eastern. Continue reading Managing the Imposter Syndrome in Academia: How to Overcome Self-Doubt
Public Speaking for Scientists is a course designed for researches, scientific aspirants, teachers of English and other languages, or namely anyone working with text creation and composition on a regular basis. Continue reading Public Speaking for Scientists starts on May, 2018
Dr. Sidury Christiansen, assistant professor in the Department of Bicultural-Bilingual Studies, recently returned from a two-week assignment in Russia through the U.S. Department of State English Language Specialist program. Continue reading COEHD professor works with Russian scholars, students through U.S. Department of State program
To get success is not an easy task. You must have to pay a high price if you really want to get success in your life. Climbing a ladder of success requires a lot of focus, attention and seriousness. Everyone has some goals in their life and once you achieve those goals you will be successful. Getting success is more than participating or getting good grades in class. If you really want to be successful in your academic life, then it is necessary to take the extra mile in order to achieve your set goals and objectives, avoid any distraction that might come in the way of success and keep trying until or unless you reach the finish line. Continue reading Five Suggestions To Achieve Academic Excellence
Elena M. Bazanova (MISIS, Moscow, Russia) moderated Session 8: Academic writing and the quality of scientific publications Conducted by the National Writing Centres Consortium during the conference, and presented on the following topic: Scientific Publications in English: Avoiding Pitfalls and Achieving Success. Continue reading The 7th International Scientific and Practical Conference: “World-class Scientific Publication – 2018: Editorial Policy, Open Access, Scientific Communications”
May 10, 2018
Academic Coaching and Writing (ACW) supports and guides graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, faculty members, staff, and administrators to advance their academic dreams. Here’s a preview of the free webinars in our ACW Spring-Summer Webinar Series. These are topics you’ve been asking about again and again. Sign up soon to reserve your space. Continue reading ACW Spring-Summer Webinar Series
The workshops took place at National University of Science and Technology NUST MISIS, Moscow on April 24 & 26, 2018 and led by Assistant Professor M. Sidury Christiansen, PhD from The University of Texas at San Antonio, who works with academics. Continue reading “Love Grows From Sight”: Two-day Academic Writing Workshops with a foreign expert