This is a collection of helpful writing resources recommended by E&ERC members. It includes advice and resources from current and past members as well as some external links.
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On scientific writing:
Professor Angela Moles offers a handy guide to writing a solid introduction.
Associate Professor Shinichi Nakagawa recommends these tips for clear, high impact writing.
Professor Angela Moles offers her advice on how to construct a meaningful, memorable discussion.
You can also get some tips from A. Prof Sue Buckley at UQ via the Buckley Ecology Lab's website in the discussion section.
The British Ecological Society has published a document that explains the process of Peer Review and offers some guidelines for best practice when reviewing papers.
On writing for a general audience:
Coming soon- Professor Rob Brooks offers his advice on how to captivate and inspire your audience.
On grant applications:
On general grammar and usage:
Grammar Girl offers a fantastic resource full of "quick and dirty tips" for English usage, as well as posts addressing common grammatical hang-ups.