Organize your Writing: From First Draft to Publishing

Presented by CITAVI
 
This webinar series shows ways you can organize your writing throughout the writing process from literature review, reference management, pre-writing, writing the first draft to publishing. Join leading experts on writing to learn practical skills to improve your writing.
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Guide on How to Structure a Thesis, Report or Paper

October 6, 2022 - 12 PM EDT |
5 PM BST
Presented by:
Robert P. Ormrod, Aarhus University


Supervision sessions become more productive, and students are more independent in their writing – does this sound good? This webinar presents the Routledge book written by Robert P. Ormrod Ph.D, How to Structure a Thesis, Report or Paper: A guide for Students that addresses these issues. Over the past 20 years, Robert P. Ormrod Ph.D has developed a generic structure for a thesis, report or paper, along with a description of how to write and present different types of assignment, when the student should ask their supervisor for their supervisor’s own preferences, and when the student should take responsibility themselves. Robert’s students found it so useful that they encouraged him to write a book about it; this webinar presents that book and discusses the two, main advantages: that students become more independent in their writing, and that supervision sessions become more productive, leading to a greater focus on the topic and less time on getting the basics right. Everyone’s a winner!
 
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Organizing Information in your Field of Study

November 8, 2022 - 12 PM EST |
5 PM GMT
Presented by:
Umit Gunes, Duke University


The rate at which information is produced these days is increasing faster and faster. The speed with which information is being produced not only in academic publishing but also at the same time in social media, visual materials, and video content increases with each passing day. In this increasing accumulation of information, the importance of storing, processing, and organizing information is increasing daily just as quickly as the production of information. For researchers, organizing the knowledge of the field in which they work has vital importance, both in terms of process efficiency as well as in outputting quality products. Randomly gathered information is just a collection of information that absolutely must be classified if it is to be useful at work. This webinar will explain how to organize information. I will receive in this information stack as well as Citavi, the most successful program able to provide this.
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Qualitative Findings to Writing the Conclusions

November 16, 2022 - 12 PM EST |
5 PM GMT
Presented by:
Veronica Richards, Dissertation by Design

Join research methodologist Dr. Veronica Richard as she shares important tips and strategies for writing conclusions based on your research findings. Veronica will help you understand how to (1) draw conclusions from your findings, (2) support your conclusions using your research findings, and (3) position your conclusions using the discoveries of other researchers. This webinar will include modeling, templates, and instructions for using Citavi to connect your conclusions to the literature review. Overall, this webinar will support you in making this important process systematic and doable.
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Develop Scientific Arguments with Citavi

December 1, 2022 - 12 PM EST |
5 PM GMT
Presented by:
Dr. Blake Curtis, Sc.D, CGEIT, CRISC, CISM, CISA, CISSP, CDPSE, COBIT, Deloitte 


This webinar will cover the following topics:
  • Provide an overview of the Citavi Referement Management solution
  • Demonstrate how to conduct research using Citavi
  • Building a comprehensive literature review
  • Developing scientifically sound arguments via Citavi
  • Demonstration of the Citavi Word plugin
  • Integrating Citavi across mobile devices, eReaders, and Tablets