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Avoiding Predatory Websites II

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As mentioned in the first part of this blog entry, predatory open access publishing has become a serious problem in the scholarly world.

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Guide to Writing Academic Articles: Part XXXII

Self-plagiarism

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Self-plagiarism is an awkward term which can mean different things depending on who you are.

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Guide to Writing Academic Articles: Part XXX

General pointers on academic writing.

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There is no mystery or secret about how to write well in English. You just have to read a lot in English.

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Guide to Writing Academic Articles: Part XXV

Writing the Discussion.

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The discussion section of your thesis or article describes what you have done, compared to the rest of the work in your field.

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Guide to Writing Academic Articles: Part XXIV

Presenting Results

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In a thesis or academic article, presenting results is essential, to tell readers what you achieved.

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