Lewis, RL, Presenting Scientific Information, University College, Launceston, pp. 3 (2018) [Minor Creative Work]
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Scientific writing follows a certain format and the language used may be daunting to a lay (or non-expert) audience. A major aspect of writing reports is to communicate the findings to a scientific audience.
However being able to explain your work to a lay audience is essential. With governmental policies on climate change, drug dispersal, and vaccination being determined by people who have no training in science, the ability to communicate scientific results in a clear and understandable manner is more important than ever.
|Item Type:||Minor Creative Work|
|Keywords:||science writing, education|
|Research Group:||Education Systems|
|Research Field:||Higher Education|
|Objective Division:||Education and Training|
|Objective Group:||Other Education and Training|
|Objective Field:||Education and Training Theory and Methodology|
|UTAS Author:||Lewis, RL (Mr Robert Lewis)|
|Deposited By:||Office of Division of University College|
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