As announced on the website of the Thammasat University Libraries, to promote research and publications on all levels of study, the TU Libraries offer a free English abstract editing service. It is available for all TU students on the undergraduate and graduate school levels, as well as faculty and staff. The service is accessible at the webpage http://126.96.36.199/abs/. Just submit an online form with file attachment. Abstracts are checked and edited for issues in English writing style, usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation. The file with suggested corrections and improvements will be returned by e-mail within 3 business days. For more information, please call 02 613 3506 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org. The TU Libraries Blog has also featured many entries with advice about how to write abstracts.
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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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All ajarns and students who hope to publish research on open access websites must be aware that some of these are predatory publishers.
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Self-plagiarism is an awkward term which can mean different things depending on who you are.
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General pointers on academic writing.
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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Writing the Discussion.
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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