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Illustration for news: From a study to an article

From a study to an article

We are pleased to announce successful completion of the online course "Basics of Writing an Empirical Research Article in English" guided by the instructor Natalia Smirnova.

Illustration for news: Organizing the AWC work: Sharing experiences with interns

Organizing the AWC work: Sharing experiences with interns

This semester, The Academic Writing Center hosted 5 interns from various educational institutions around the country. The internships involved learning about the Center's tools and approaches to improving academic writing skills.

Illustration for news: From confusion to clarity: A workbook on verb tenses in research writing

From confusion to clarity: A workbook on verb tenses in research writing

At our resource center, we offer a range of materials to help you improve academic writing skills. These include not only online resources, but also books, teaching materials, and self-study workbooks.

Illustration for news: Can we trust AI in academic writing?

Can we trust AI in academic writing?

The use of AI in academic writing is rapidly increasing, with technologies like ChatGPT being incorporated into the publication workflow. However, there are still concerns about the trustworthiness of AI-generated content. This topic was explored further in the lecture "Taking a bite of AI: Let's chew on it together."

A fruitful Saturday: Diving into research writing

The Academic Writing Center constantly tries out new educational formats. Last week, we hosted a pilot one-day face-to-face course focused on structuring a research article in social sciences.

Illustration for news: How to tell the world about your research

How to tell the world about your research

When you have carried out research, you would like to share its novelty and contribution with the community. But how to do it effectively?

Illustration for news: Spring into action

Spring into action

Spring brings growth, and with it come many opportunities for professional development. Accessible to all, these opportunities are particularly abundant in the digital age. With just an internet connection and the desire to improve English skills, anyone can reach their full potential. Here are some online events that can help improve English and teaching skills.

Illustration for news: What is your source?

What is your source?

A literature review is an essential component of any research study, but can be a daunting task due to the amount of reading and critical thinking required. The workshop "Making your path to a literature review easier" offered a step-by-step approach to creating a comprehensive literature review.

Illustration for news: The AWC has a column in the "Careers in Science" telegram channel

The AWC has a column in the "Careers in Science" telegram channel

AWC’s Friday Writing Tips is a go-to resource in Russian if you are interested in matering your research writing skills. We hope that the information will be useful both to seasoned and novice writers.

Illustration for news: Video & Podcasts: Make your research go beyond academia

Video & Podcasts: Make your research go beyond academia

The AWC held a workshop on creative ways of disseminating research: video abstracts, podcasts, and social media.