Video of presentation on preparing the literature review section of a thesis or dissertation. One of the most popular videos on our online research writing courses
Resources to run a participatory research writing workshop at your institution.
Resources to run a training of trainers in research writing workshop at your institution.
This toolkit has been developed for facilitators who are interested in introducing gender mainstreaming in higher education in order to challenge gender inequality.
This kit consists of nine modules, each containing a PowerPoint presentation and a set of facilitator notes. The notes expand on the content of the slides and provide guidance in facilitating the modules, which combine presentation and small-group work.
- Academic writing and style (153)
- Career resources (26)
- Communicating outside academia (21)
- Data analysis and statistics (17)
- Grant proposal writing (68)
- Mentoring and collaboration (3)
- Oral and poster presentations (45)
- Peer reviewing and editing (62)
- Research and publication ethics (77)
- Research literature (4)
- Scientific writing (255)
- The publishing process (70)
- Training resources (50)
Article by Jennifer Chapin, Programme Manager of AuthorAID. Originally published in the British Ecological Society Bulletin Volume 47:4, December 2016
Brief article in Ceylon Medical Journal.
Barbara Gastel's guide to writing papers using the 'IMRAD' structure. Posts from the four-part series "IMRAD Info", which appeared in the AuthorAID blog in December 2016.
A section-by-section guide to writing journal articles reporting scientific research. Also includes guidance on choosing journals and information about the publication process.
PDF copies of application forms for AuthorAID small grants 2017 (first set)
AuthorAID small grants - Frequently Asked Questions
Two PowerPoint presentations: one on the writing clubs at the University of Colombo Faculty of Medicine, and one more generally on writing clubs as a means to promote productivity and quality in research writing.
Openly accessible guide by medical epidemiologist Steve Luby and scientific writing specialist Dorothy Southern. 115 pages. Based on experience teaching public health scientists in Pakistan and Bangladesh. Also largely applicable to scientific writing in other disciplines.
Presentation from workshop at University of Colombo, Sri Lanka, Faculty of Medicine.