December 1, 2016
A series of workshops were held during the International Conference November 24, 2016. The workshops aim was to develop an enhanced understanding of English written patterns, based on Anglo-American rhetorical conventions. Continue reading Workshops at the third international conference on ESP/EAP/EMI in the Context of Higher Education Internalization NUST MISiS
November 22, 2016
Pre-Conference workshops are highly individualized sessions. Workshops will take place on Thursday, November 24 at NUST MISiS. Continue reading Pre-Conference Workshops at NUST MISiS
October 1, 2016
NEICON 4th International Conference on September 24-30, 2016 was hold in Estoril, Portugal. Continue reading NEICON 4th Annual Conference
June 2, 2016
Intensive one-day workshop designed to help you to increase effectiveness in research and meet the challenges of completing a PhD was held at NUST MISiS. Continue reading Workshop: “How to be an effective researcher”
April 29, 2016
The seminar for teachers of Modern Languages and Communication Department was held on Friday the 29th of April, 2016 in the English case of the Mining Institute. Continue reading Seminar for teachers of Modern Languages and Communication Department
1 December, 2015
The seminar was hold in three different universities: Higher School of Economics, NUST MISiS, and New Economic School in Skolkovo.
The participants from more then 23 Russian cities shared their experience and best practices aimed to develop and sustain academic writing centers.
They also discussed issues concerning training of tutors and creating a network of writing center in Russia.
Continue reading Establishing Effective Writing Centers: Goals, Methods, and Structure
6 weeks = 12 academic hours.
The classes start at 16:30 and finish at 18:00.
The course prepares candidates to communicate effectively with academic community during conferences, roundtables, and workshops.
The course will enable the candidates:
- to improve their speaking ability through discussions and PowerPoint presentations of their research work
- to increase their confidence as public speakers
- to develop their power of persuasion
The course focuses on the university core disciplines and is conducted in Russian.
After the course, the candidates will be awarded a Certificate of Completion.
June 25, 2015
After the training, an academic writing tutor will be able to scaffold undergraduate, graduate, and PhD students to develop writing skills needed to succeed in the global academic community.
No. of hours attended: 8 academic hours (10:00 – 19:00).
The training involves both theory and practical sessions.
Continue reading Professional Development Training to become an Academic Writing Tutor
2 months = 10 classes = 20 academic hours
The classes start at 18:00 and finish at 19:30, lecture room G-589.
The course lasts 20 academic hours and comprises 5 major topics:
- to learn grammar and vocabulary required for further study of Academic English
- to form a sound base of critical thinking skills necessary to read scientific publications
- to develop the ability to select and present information, organizing arguments and ideas logically
- to acquire knowledge of the unwritten rules of academic writing
- to become aware of scientific writing ethics and ways of avoiding plagiarism
Candidates will study a scientific article related to their field of research where the target language is used.
Scientific Writing is a concise but comprehensive course on how to write research papers in English. The course will give you a better understanding of academic writing and the common challenges you may face as a writer. The purpose of the course is to fill the gap – the one between knowing English through academic schooling and reading, and using that knowledge in a way that will help you get your paper published in an international journal.
The course will provide you with a set of pragmatic strategies and tools you should apply when thinking about, outlining, writing, rewriting, and revising your paper. In addition, you will learn the unwritten rules of English rhetoric.
The course lasts 40 academic hours and comprises 10 major topics:
- Contrastive Rhetoric
- Writing Strategies
- Preparing the Text (IMRAD format)
- how to write the Introduction
- how to write the Materials & Methods section
- how to write the Results
- how to write the Discussion
- Writing an Abstract and a working title
- Avoiding plagiarism
- Editing your own paper
- the ten commandments of good writing
- tense in scientific writing
- active versus passive voice
- noun problems
- Journal analysis: analyzing journals for elimination and submission
- Creating a publishable paper
- Publishing the paper
- Ethics in Science