Engaging Audience with STM Manuscripts


What are the different ways to engage your audience with STM manuscripts? Listen more in this webinar.

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The primary targets for this webinar are PhD students and post-docs.


Research article styles and structure have hardly changed over the past 20 years. However, reader behavior has evolved greatly as people switch to reading on electronic devices, and this change holds consequences for how research articles should be organized and written.

Explore the cognitive psychology of reading and memory – how readers read and navigate texts – so that authors like yourself can organize ideas and writings better to touch readers more successfully.

Key Highlights:

  • Communication Trends
  • Tips on writing better and organizing ideas to help our readers
  • Understanding how we read and remember facts

Please note that certificates will be issued to participants who attended the live session.

Presenter(s)

Andrew Moore - Editor-in-Chief, Wiley Researcher Academy, Wiley

Andrew Moore

Editor-in-Chief, Wiley Researcher Academy, Wiley

Andrew Moore’s background is in molecular biology (PhD from the MRC- LMB, Cambridge, 1998). From 1999 to 2008, he held the position of Programme Manager for Science & Society at the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO), where he was an Associate Editor of the journal EMBO reports. He developed activities ranging from stakeholder conferences and education workshops for teachers to media communication workshops for scientists. In 2008 he took over the Editorial of the hypotheses and reviews journal BioEssays, and in early 2016 he was additionally appointed Editor-in-Chief of the Wiley Researcher Academy, an online learning platform for young researchers.