Experienced writers in academia whose native language is English may find it laborious to proofread their own work, particularly when a considerable amount of time has already been spent refining or improving the content of the paper. For non-native speakers of English, the challenge is even greater: unsure of what to look for when checking the final draft, they frequently overlook errors that negatively affect the overall quality of the paper. Hence this interactive workshop addresses the main points to be mindful of before submitting an article for peer review and provides practical ways to improve one's proofreading skills.
On completion of this workshop, participants will:
Duration: two-day seminar