Concise guide to writing scientific texts

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https://doi.org/10.14712/18023061.147

Abstract

The following text is aimed at students and is interesting from the perspective of study design(some skills are considered to be "natural",or even unworthy of study at university level - the result being lack of imagination, creativity and willingness to experiment in scientific work. Systematic development of this competence would be worthwhile to enhance the potential for professional publishing, and therefore the quantity and quality of outputs, according to which universities are evaluated.

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Jana Dlouhá

RNDr. Jana Dlouhá, Ph.D. Odpovědný redaktor Envigogiky. Vystudovala obor ochrana životního prostředí (PřF UK) a postgraduálně filozofii výchovy (PedF UK). V současné době působí v Centru pro otázky životního prostředí UK; zabývá se především tvorbou výukových textů a koordinací vzdělávacích programů

References

Berthoff, A. E. (1988). Forming, thinking, writing (2nd ed.). Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook Publishers.

Published

12. 12. 2006

How to Cite

Dlouhá, J. (2006). Concise guide to writing scientific texts. Envigogika, 1(1). https://doi.org/10.14712/18023061.147

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