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Practical tips for doctoral students
Dr Pekka Belt, Dr Matti Mottonen & Dr Janne Harkonen have published a guide for doctoral students and researchers providing tangible tips for writing doctoral dissertations and scientific journal articles.
The document aims to provide tips to PhD students in all fields, for writing a doctoral dissertation, and for writing scientific articles. The central focus is on how to conduct the work effectively and speed up the process. The intention is to enable researchers to rationalise their graduate studies and the writing of their doctoral thesis, while maintaining high scientific standards. The document is continuity for a document “” originally published in Finnish. This English version is more advanced and includes acknowledging the received feedback from multiple scientific disciplines, as well as the feedback from the cases we have personally guided.
Tips for writing scientific journal articles
Dr Pekka Belt, Dr Matti Mottonen & Dr Janne Harkonen have published a guide for doctoral students and researchers of all fields, providing tips for writing scientific journal articles. The guidebook attempts to provide tangible tips that have been identified as beneficial for writing articles. This guidebook includes learnings from over fifty journal publication attempts, most of which have eventually been successful. Dr Eva Braidwood, Ms Suzy McAnsh, Dr Riitta Sallinen and Dr Outi Toropainen of the University of Oulu language centre have provided important contribution to this guidebook on language issues in writing a scientific journal article.
Please see also other publications on scientific writing by the authors:
“Practical tips for doctoral students”
“Vinkkejä väitöskirjaprosessin nopeuttamiseen”
For further information on activities for supporting doctoral studies by the authors:
Last updated: 2.11.2017