This course combines best of both worlds – the technical writing part that allows you to reach your reader, optimize the writing process and learn to use story design tools to create excitement. In this course we will focus on three topics. Writers tools that will help you write great sentences and perfect paragraphs, play with the rhythm in your text and make important parts stand out. By becoming aware of your writing pitfalls you will learn to avoid writing habits that go against the inner voice of the reader. Story tools will help you to generate more excitement in your text. You will also learn to compose a bigger structure that allows you to create lines of thought through your texts. Last but not least, you will optimize your writing process. With this last step you will speed up your writing and learn to organize it in an inspiring way.
The Art of Scientific Writing: A great toolbox from prose writers to help you write better, faster with more pleasure.
- You will be trained by one of the professionals of Artesc.
- Number of participants 10
- Number of credits 2.0 EC
- You will receive a course certificate if you attend and complete at least 2,5 course days.
This course will take place on Tuesday:
- 19th February 2019
- 5th March 2019
- 19th March 2019
‘I think many PhD students would find this course useful. What appealed to me is their way of looking at the writing process. They not only help you with style errors, grammar and structure of the text, but also how to make writing faster and easier’.
‘This course discussed the writing pitfalls from a different viewpoint. The advantage of this course for me was working on the qualitative points. For example, I did not know why sometimes scientific articles are boring (even if they are in my favorite field of research). I want to write papers that people read it. In addition, I would like to enjoy my writing as well’.
‘I just finished a paper on which I applied the points about balancing harmony, emphasis, length of sentences. Also, I read my paper out loud several times to see if the reader can keep on reading while breathing normally’.