This podcast was originally published at PhD Career Stories. If the reader is to grasp what the writer means, the writer must understand what the reader needs. – Judy Swan & George D. Gopen In episode 15 of PhD Career Stories, Jo Havemann returns for a tips & tricks-themed podcast. In this episode, we learn more on why it is crucial to be aware of your audience when writing about ...
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In his blog Green Tea and VelociraptorsJon Tennant describes his approach to writing a peer review.  […] I remember the first time I got a review request in the second year of my PhD. An Editor emails you out of the blue, and asks you to provide your expert commentary on research ...
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Our short answer is "YES". Do you need arguments in favor of Open Access (OA) in Research? Here you go: More citations per article OA articles are available free of charge not only to scientists all around the globe, but also to journalists, policy makers, economists and the general public ...
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