What will you learn?
- Structuring a manuscript in the IMRAD format
- The purpose of each section
- How to write the different sections of the IMRAD structure
Why should you enroll?
Research writing is a record of experiments, results, observations, and conclusions. To ensure that the findings are communicated in a consistent manner, a standard structure for writing scientific documents, IMRAD (an acronym for ‘Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion’) is used. In this course, you will learn about the different sections of IMRAD and how to write them.
What topics will you cover?
Lecture 1: Introduction
Lecture 2: Objectives
Lecture 3: The IMRAD structure
Lecture 4: Writing the introduction Section
Lecture 5: Writing the methods Section
Lecture 6: Writing the results Section
Lecture 7: Writing the discussion Section
Lecture 8: Summary