A scientific paper, most probably, unlike any you have ever written in the past. These papers are very specific in format and content. They do not hide the conclusion or build to a point. Instead, they present the findings upfront and tell the reader what you are going to tell them in the paper. This lesson will provide a high level outline of what a paper looks like. Other video lessons will supplement this overview with greater data.
This lesson covers the second phase of giving an excellent presentation: production. From constructing effective visuals to avoiding mathematics, this will cover all the ways a presentation can be enhanced by the slides behind it.