writing

A while ago, I received this great link from my colleague Annemarie van der Zeeuw about a lecture of Professor Simon Peyton Joneson. He has seven simple suggestions to make sure you write a great research paper. His suggestions:

  1. don’t wait – write,
  2. identify your key idea,
  3. tell a story,
  4. nail your contributions,
  5. put related work at the end,
  6. put your readers first,
  7. listen to your readers.

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How to apply them? Listen to the lecture, it takes a bit more than 30 minutes, but it is worthwhile!

(http://youtu.be/g3dkRsTqdDA)

 

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  2. Thanks for sharing these tips with us. We need more then just a knowledge if we want perfection in anything. Just start with a positive attitude and believe in yourself.

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