What will you learn?
- Why is the background of a study important for your paper?
- What information should you include in the study background?
- How can you write a well-structured and engaging background of the study?
Why should you enroll?
The background of a study is the first part of your paper that readers will encounter; therefore, it is crucial that they find it relevant and interesting enough to read the rest of your paper. However, ironically, the study background is also one of those parts of the paper that researchers have least clarity about. This course has been designed to clear all your doubts and confusion and help you write a well-structured, relevant, and engaging background that will keep your readers hooked.
What topics will you cover?
Lecture 1: Background of the study: meaning and purpose
Lecture 2: Components of the study background
Lecture 3: Difference between study background and literature review
Lecture 4: How to structure the background of your study effectively
Lecture 5: Tips to help you write an engaging background of study