RESOURCES IN SCIENTIFIC DISCOURSE (REFERENCE TOOLS ( (ENCYCLOPAEDIA:…
RESOURCES IN SCIENTIFIC DISCOURSE
t. Include research finding and are specialised in different academic disciplines
A brief summary of a scientific article (
). Includes the key information.
Appears right before the main article. The paper/ presentation may be accepted or not on the basis of that abstract
Publication for a non- specialised audience. Academic English and scientific rigour are not usually required
Specialised content in the science sections. May be presented in academic english
Scholarly books with original researchs. Specialised audience and are published by university presses, or by prestigious publishers of academic texts
ENCYCLOPAEDIA: REFERENCE WORK. Contain articles on various topics. Dealing with the entire range of human knowledge or with some particular field of expertise
DICTIONARY:REFERENCE RESOURCE.Alphabetical list of words with their meaning and part of speech
To be presented orally at a conference. They are used to present new research and your work to fellow researchers. Being able to present your work at a conference enhaces your scientific reputation. It is a excellent oportunity to meet other colleagues and share your ideas with them.
Are used to show an outline of main research findings and points typically at conferences. They are mostly used by young researchers who have not made it to oral presentations
The same structure of academic articles. You must first submit an abstract summarising tha main points
A long piece of writting about a particular subject. Advanced degree at a university
A large collection of data organised especially for rapid speech