Publications are the universal currency for communication among scientists. But they are generally composed of dense, uninspiring language that can be laborious to wade through and difficult to understand. While objectivity and scholarship are cornerstones of scientific writing, there is another ingredient that is rarely emphasised or taught: the accessibility of the prose, the X-factor that captures the reader’s imagination with clear and engaging messages. Building on from the presenters’ recent publication in Trends in Ecology and Evolution, this is what this seminar will be about – how to increase the readability and readership of our writing to boost the influence of what we write.
Don’t miss this opportunity by Zoe Doubleday and Sean Connell (Environment Institute, University of Adelaide)
The workshop is based on a recent paper published by Zoe and Sean.
Where: Wednesday September 6th 10 AM-1:00 PM at SARDI Aquatic Sciences, 2 Hamra Ave, West Beach
Morning tea and light lunch provided