By Charlesworth Author Services on March 04, 2021

Bitesize Webinar: How to write and structure your academic article for publication: Module 5: Conduct a Literature Review

Module 5 is designed to help you conduct a literature review. It tells you what guiding questions to ask, how to conduct a search and how to identify themes and gaps

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By Charlesworth Author Services on March 02, 2021

Bitesize Webinar: Effective paper writing for early career researchers: Module 1: Writing an effective PhD thesis

This webinar explains what is an effective PhD thesis, what goes into writing a PhD thesis, how long should it be, what style of writing should be used, what differences are there in PhD theses and how to write an effective PhD thesis.

 

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By Charlesworth Author Services on March 02, 2021

Bitesize webinar: Effective paper writing for early career researchers: Module 2: Writing an effective masters' dissertation

This webinar explains what is an effective masters' dissertation, what goes into it, how long should it be, what style of writing should be used, what differences are there in masters' dissertations, how can you write up an effective masters' dissertation and what are markers looking for.

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By Charlesworth Author Services on March 02, 2021

Bitesize webinar: Effective paper writing for early career researchers: Module 3: The right mindset for academic paper writing

This webinar will help you get into the right mindset for writing an academic paper. It talks about identifying the purpose of the paper, the target audience and the reader. It also talks about how to plan the paper, gather the information you need, and focus on writing and proofreading.

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By Charlesworth Author Services on March 02, 2021

Bitesize Webinar: Effective paper writing for early career researchers: Module 4: How to sell yourself as a researcher

This webinar will help you to sell yourself as a researcher. This can be done with the help of a strong CV or resumé, keeping your institutional webpage up to date, finding social media sites that researchers from your field actively participate on, discussing your subject area on the press and networking with other colleagues and supervisors.

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By Charlesworth Author Services on March 02, 2021

Bitesize Webinar: Effective paper writing for early career researchers: Module 5: Key team working skills

This webinar will help you to think about your team working skills. What team skills do employers want? How can you acquire and improve your skills? How can you demonstrate your skills?

 

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By Charlesworth Author Services on March 02, 2021

Bitesize Webinar:Statistics: Module 1- Understanding research design

This course is about understanding statistical research and results presented for publication.

 

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By Charlesworth Author Services on March 01, 2021

Bitesize Webinar: Presenting and promoting your research: Understanding the needs of different stakeholders when presenting

This webinar provides helpful hints and tips when presenting your research to different stakeholders. 

 

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By Charlesworth Author Services on March 01, 2021

Bitesize Webinar: Presenting and promoting your research: How to target your message to different audiences

Here we talk about why we need to target our message and customize it for different audiences- namely, students, academics, practitioners in your field, and the public.

 

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By Charlesworth Author Services on March 01, 2021

Bitesize Webinar: Presenting and promoting your research: How to present at an international conference

This module talks about how to present at an international conference, something you’ll want to do regularly in your academic career.

 

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By Charlesworth Author Services on March 01, 2021

Bitesize Webinar: Presenting and promoting your research: Tools and methods to communicate the wider impact of your work

In this module, we’ll talk about tools and methods that help you communicate the wider impact of your work.

 

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By Charlesworth Author Services on March 01, 2021

Bitesize Webinar: Module 1: How to brand yourself as a researcher -Maximising your impact as a researcher

In this module we look at how to maximise your impact as a researcher and how to select journals effectively and target the ones you want to publish in.

 

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By Charlesworth Author Services on March 01, 2021

Bitesize Webinar: Module 2: How to brand yourself as a researcher - Working with media teams and constructing press releases

This module talks about how to promote your research by working with media teams; how to write press releases and get them published.

 

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By Charlesworth Author Services on March 01, 2021

Bitesize Webinar: Module 3: How to brand yourself as a researcher -Building engaging blog content around research

This bitesize webinar will help you build engaging blog content around research. Learn about - Why blog? Where to blog ? How to write an engaging blog post.

 

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By Charlesworth Author Services on January 27, 2021

Understanding Institutional Review Board Application Process: Human Subjects Research

Many research projects involve human subjects. Most institutions have an Institutional Review Board to ensure that research projects at the institution are in compliance with regulations for research that includes human subjects. When you are conducting a research project, you are required to submit an application for review to the IRB at your institution and receive approval before beginning the research project. Funders will ask about IRB approval when you submit an application, and you will be required to show a letter of approval by the time a grant is funded. It is important to understand how to prepare your IRB review application.

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By Charlesworth Author Services on January 27, 2021

A Guide to Finding the Right Funding Agency for your Project

So you have a new research idea you want to investigate. You are ready to engage in a project of significance and all you need now is the funding to move forward. So how do you find the right funding agency for your project? There are a number of decisions to make, such as how much funding do you need? Is your project more appealing to a public or private funding agency? And what is the process for submitting an application? Investing time and conducting research to determine the right funders for your project is well worth the effort. Submitting to a funding agency that aligns with your goals will increase your chances of success and also make the proposal writing process easier. Read on for some tips to help you find the right funder for your research project.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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By Charlesworth Author Services on January 25, 2021

How to avoid the common pitfalls when navigating the Grant Application process

Writing a competitive grant proposal is time-intensive and challenging, especially when you are applying to a competitive grant program. The tips in this article serve to highlight some of the pitfalls that catch us out when first embarking on writing a grant proposal.

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By Charlesworth Author Services on January 21, 2021

Statistics and data presentation: understanding variables

All science is about understanding variability in different characteristics, and most characteristics vary, hence we call the characteristics that we are studying ‘variables'. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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By Charlesworth Author Services on January 20, 2021

Four common statistical test ideas to share with your academic colleagues

As researchers, one task we are all engaged in is choosing the appropriate statistical test for our analysis and data. Choosing the appropriate test is key since our findings, interpretations, and recommendations will be based on the analyses we conduct.

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By Charlesworth Author Services on January 19, 2021

Statistics and data presentation: understanding effect size

Effect size is not the same as statistical significance: significance tells you how likely it is that a result is due to chance, and effect size tells you how important the result is.

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