What you learn
You’ll know more about requirements and phases of the publication process
You’ll learn about posing your research question and reproducibility and repeatability
You’ll know why it’s important to define the aims and approaches of the research and identify the potential and limitations of the study
You’ll understand theoretical frameworks and the theoretical basis of the research question
In this course, you’ll be able to grasp the essential purpose of the journal article to communicate scientific research and develop the skills needed to plan a research project effectively. You’ll also learn more about the challenges around getting published, and look at gathering, interpreting and reproducing research and data. The course will also focus on enhancing readability of your manuscript so as to get the editor’s and reviewer’s attention.
Andrew Moore Education: Degree in Biochemistry and doctorate/post-doctorate research experience in Structural Studies and Molecular Biology. Experience: Editor-in-Chief of the journal BioEssays and the Wiley Researcher Academy; Programme Manager and Editor at the European Molecular Biology Organization. Currently, he is a freelance writer and a writing coach.
Kris Bishop Kris has more than ten years of experience collaborating with researchers and authors, including time spent working on college-level textbooks, monographs, trade publications, and scientific research journals. At the time of his authorship of Wiley Researcher Academy content, he was a Marketing Manager within Wiley Research. He is currently Associate Director, Product Strategy at Science Magazine/American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).