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Tag Archives: Embedding
At the AuthorAID Partners meeting in December partners shared their experiences and success stories from embedding research-writing training into their institutions. Jennifer Chapin shares some highlights Continue reading →
Dilshani Dissanayake shares her experiences of adapting INASP’s AuthorAID materials and approaches to the University of Colombo, particularly through the introduction of writing clubs that use peer learning and mentoring to boost research-writing skills. Continue reading →
In her second post of the week, Sue Corbett shares some of the ways that INASP is bringing people together to share ideas and support research systems development. Continue reading →
This update on the AuthorAID embedding initiative was originally posted via the AuthorAID website on 9 June. For updates and information about AuthorAID activities, see the AuthorAID blog. Six years ago, the first AuthorAID workshop was held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Since then, we have conducted numerous workshops on research communication, and regular readers of this blog would have seen Barbara’s and occasionally my reports on our workshops. A train-the-trainers component is typically included within our research writing workshops, so as to enable some of the more qualified participants to lead their own workshops locally. We’re pleased to see that over the years several AuthorAID workshops have been organised in various countries by trained and motivated researchers. This ‘cascading’ effect has imparted research writing skills to many more people than those who’ve got to attend workshops organised by AuthorAID staff.