After each and every scientific article I read, I made a list of useful phrases and sentence “templates” that I could include in my own writing. This turned out to be a wise move.Read More
Category: 3. Writing & Editing
The ultimate task when you revise your work is to Keep the eyes focused on the big picture.If you start searching the errors early in the process, it is hard for you to get back to the larger concerns- whether your argument is successful or not.Read More
The three keys to writing a thesis: 1) Have a `thesis’ of the thesis. 2) Have a research problem which is gradually refined as the thesis is written. 3) Start writing a first draft early, based on preliminary conceptual maps.Read More
This paper presents a synthesis of guidelines found in literature about structuring and writing scientific papers.
1. Outlines the process
2. Provide a handy introduction to essential issues.
3. Interdisciplinary stance by giving examples from technology, social, natural and computing sciences.