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Lesson Navigation IconOnline Guidelines for Academic Research and Writing

Unit Navigation IconThe academic research process

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Unit Navigation IconWriting an academic paper

LO Navigation IconRequirements regarding academic papers

LO Navigation IconFormal structure of papers

LO Navigation IconQuotations and references

LO Navigation IconCreating a bibliography

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Writing an academic paper

Learning objectives

At the end of this chapter you should have learned the following:

  • You know what plagiarism is and how to avoid it.
  • You have a basic idea about layout requirements for a document.
  • You learned how to structure a scientific document.
  • You know the difference between quote and reference.
  • You know the different kinds of scientific publications and how they should be cited.
  • You know what to do when you are stuck with writing.
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