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From October 25-28, 2022, the University of Zambia (UNZA) workshop on effective scientific writing will strengthen researchers’ skills in good quality research writing on land in Africa.
The workshop, Â in partnership with NELGA Southern Africa hub at Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) Department of Land and Property Sciences, invites lecturers and researchers to its UNZA-hosted Writers Workshop in Lusaka, Zambia.
The workshop is expected to influence the scientific writing skills of researchers, including Master’s and PhD candidates at NELGA member universities in the Southern African region while enhancing research collaboration.
Researchers will find inspiration from leading experts and writers on practical writing skills, especially in creating effective research communication bridges and visibility, as they build skills on H-Index, citation impact, and social impact factors in academia and focus on scientific publications. Participants will be expected to identify obstacles in transmitting quality scientific writing and submit draft research pieces for further engagement and publication.
The workshop is organised through the support of the German Development Cooperation’s (GIZ) Strengthening Advisory Capacity on Land Governance in Africa (SLGA) Program.
For more information, visit NUST Department of Land and Property Sciences