Advertising: How to tailor it for academia
Advertising is certainly not an academic genre. However, researchers also have to promote projects and programs, their lab or university. How can genre features of advertising be adapted for the academic community?
Writing an abstract: How to present your study
This semester, the Academic Writing Center is actively exploring the new one-day course format. This time HSE researchers met online and spent a Saturday working on abstracts.
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.
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.
Academic writing: Where to start
What do we recommend to those who have never written an academic text in English but would like to give it a try? Certainly courses at the HSE Academic Writing Center.
How to stand out in academia
It won’t be an exaggeration to say that we live in a digital world characterized by constantly changing trends in communication. The academic community is no exception. That is why we chose new trends in disseminating research as a topic for our workshop that took place earlier this week.
How authoritative is your authorial voice?
Expressing original ideas persuasively appears to be one of the most crucial skills for a researcher. This week, the AWC held a workshop on authorial voice and authenticity in an academic text.
How a foreign colleague understands your email
One of the hottest issues we often discuss at The Academic Writing Center is cross-cultural communication. We hosted another online workshop on cultural intricacies of professional communication with the virtual specialist from RELO (Regional English Language Office of the U.S. Embassy) Tamrika Khvtisiashvili.
International Writing Centers Week 2023 #IWCW23
Today, February 13, marks the start of the International Writing Centers Week.
Unlocking the potential of failure
The Academic Writing Center ran an online workshop that dealt with the phenomenon of failure, its significance and interpretation in different cultures.