This text is comprehensive, user-friendly handbook that will guide students through the full range of written and spoken communication skills that are demanded by today's biosciences courses. The book also offers a valuable refresher for postgraduate students who wish to review or expand their proficiency in these areas. This book will provide the student with practical advice on how best to communicate scientific material to different audiences including their peers, their tutors and to non-scientists. Key Features: Highly accessible, confidence-building, student-friendly guide Provides comprehensive coverage of the complete range of presentation skills needed by students Covers essay writing, practical reports, dissertations, projects and presenting in individual, group and poster presentation settings Offers advice on how to avoid common errors including plagiarism using 'what not to do' boxes throughout the text Includes practical advice on how best to communicate scientific material to different audiences e.g. undergraduates, tutors and non-scientistsNow, take another look at the essay title. As well as indicating the topic of the essay, it will always contain key words that indicate the style of the essay. For example, is it a simple essay where you are asked simply to describe a structure or aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Communication Skills for Biosciences|
|Author||:||Maureen Dawson, Brian Dawson, Joyce Overfield|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2013-04-03|