Writing a better Research Abstract: free course + AI feedback!

One of my PhDs is Sophie Abel, who’s published a free course on UTS Open — Writing an Abstract is about an hour’s tutorial introducing the hallmarks of a good abstract, providing a wide range of engaging interactive exercises.

The course is based on Sophie’s PhD, who brings her expertise in Academic Language & Learning to the challenge of designing automated feedback to Higher Degree by Research (HDR) students (completing Masters and Doctoral dissertations) on their writing (learn more).

The course concepts of understanding and mastering the key rhetorical moves in an Abstract are carried through into AcaWriter‘s Abstract genrethe tool we’ve released to all UTS students, that gives instant formative feedback on drafts. But you have access to this via Writing an Abstract!

Learn more about the Academic Writing Analytics Project through our websites, videos, teaching resources and research papers.

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