Lab Reports: Digging into Successful Scientific Writing

If you are an undergraduate student taking an intro-level science course with lab, this workshop is for you. In this workshop, we will dig into several key features of scientific research writing—from how to keep your Results and Discussion sections distinct to whether you should use direct quotations. Together, we will analyze drafts of undergraduate lab reports to gain a better understanding of why scientific writing can be challenging, and how with practice your own scientific writing can tell a compelling story about inquiry and discovery. You will leave the workshop with specific strategies for improving the organization and clarity of your own scientific writing.

Access the workshop presentation in Kaltura Mediaspace.
Please note that the presentation is without sound.

Friday, March 26, 1:00-2:15 PM CST

To register for this workshop: Please click on your desired section above which will take you to the Office of Human Resources’ online registration system. You will receive an email confirmation from the UW-Madison Writing Center once the registration goes through.

To join this workshop virtually: On the day of the workshop, all registered students will receive an email from the workshop facilitators with information about how to join and participate in the online workshop.