Tag: Academic writing
Academic vs. Nonacademic Writing Styles
Academic and nonacademic writing are distinct styles with different characteristics and purposes. Academic writing is formal, evidence-based, and aimed at scholarly audiences, while nonacademic writing is informal, personal, and intended for a wider audience. Choosing the appropriate style depends on the target audience and the writer's specific purpose.
by Eliza McKowan, MS
- Research Process
Choosing a Catchy Title for Your Scientific Manuscript
- Engage readers with an interesting title.
- Short but descriptive titles are effective.
- Ensure your title is an accurate reflection of your work.
by Ben Mudrak, PhD