Does your job require frequent technical writing? Do you ever feel frustrated with technical writing, either with your own or that of others? Technical writing is a regular, but often considered painful, part of life for many scientists. Fortunately, there is help! Improve your technical and scientific writing skills without leaving your desk! Join our speaker Aline Harrison, the instructor for Effective Technical Writing Short Course offered by the American Chemical Society Office of Professional Education, as she shares tips on how to improve your ability to write technically, the pain-free way.
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“Effective Technical Writing – Tips and Strategies Every Scientist Should Know.” A short presentation followed by Q&A with speaker Aline (“Lindy”) Harrison, the instructor for Effective Technical Writing Short Course offered by the American Chemical Society Office of Professional Education.
By speaker’s request, no recording is available for this ACS Webinars.
What You Will Learn
- The three most important principles for communicating with colleagues
- How to minimize writing time, especially for technical reports and journal articles
- The “pain-free” way to produce a compiled report on several projects
- And much more…
Date: Thursday, June 3, 2010
Time: 2:00-3:00 pm ET
Meet Your Expert
Aline (“Lindy”) Harrison has her PhD in organic chemistry and a career list of successful uses of writing. She retired from York College of Pennsylvania after 23 years of service in order to teach Effective Technical Writing Short Course offered by the American Chemical Society Office of Professional Education. She uses a hands-on approach and assumes that scientists want to minimize writing time for producing high quality output. Participant feedback suggests her course is perceived as highly valuable to scientists at both entry level and supervisory positions.
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