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Graduate School Transferable Skills Workshop Series - Publication Skills

1 Feb 2024

Dr Eric Tsui from EDC introduced the typical flow and structure of a thesis/ paper.

Dr Shirley Ngai from the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences (RS) explained the learning stage of a research study.

Dr Barbara Tam from EDC categorised the considerations and common activities of academic publishing in major phases.

On 1 February, the Graduate School (GS) organised a workshop in the transferable skills series with the Educational Development Centre (EDC) to enhance research students’ academic publishing skills.

To gain visibility and credibility as a researcher, participants learnt about the key processes, considerations and common pitfalls of publishing peer-reviewed academic articles. To supplement, instructors introduced the use of AI tools to students to improve research efficiency and quality. Further, opportunities and challenges faced by early career researchers were also explored as preparatory insights.

This workshop is the third in the series, following teaching skills and effective citations. By acquiring these skills, research students are equipped with value-adding skill sets to contribute research impacts in chosen fields and develop professional capabilities.

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