Would you like assistance with writing an abstract or guidance on where to submit your manuscript? Do you want help editing your article? The NIH Library offers classes, services, and resources to guide you through your entire writing, editing, and publishing process.
The NIH Library is offering a series of classes intended to help you write and publish successfully. All classes are offered online. Learn more and register through the links below:
- Biosketch: Telling Your Research Stories, Oct 4, 11:30 am‒12:00 pm
- Copyright and Plagiarism: What Authors Need to Know, Oct 6, 1:00 pm‒2:00 pm
- Introduction to EndNote Desktop, Oct 7, 12:00 pm‒1:00 pm
- How to Write an Abstract, Oct 8, 1:00 pm‒2:00 pm
- Choosing the Right Journal for Your Manuscript, Oct 11, 11:00 am‒12:00 pm
- How to Write a Research Paper: Part 1, Oct 13, 1:00 pm‒2:00 pm
- How to Write a Research Paper: Part 2, Oct 14, 2:00 pm‒3:00 pm
- Tips for Creating Scientific Posters, Oct 15, 1:00 pm‒2:00 pm
- Selecting the Most Appropriate Type of Literature Review for Your Research, Oct 18, 10:00 am‒11:00 am
- Data Management and Sharing: Part 1, Oct 20, 3:00 pm‒4:00 pm
- Data Management and Sharing: Part 2, Oct 21, 3:00 pm‒4:00 pm
- Promote Your Research Using ORCID and Publons, Oct 27, 1:00 pm‒2:00 pm
- Tables, Charts, and Figures for Publication, Oct 29, 1:00 pm‒2:00 pm
The NIH Library Editing Service provides free, light and medium manuscript editing, assistance with selecting a journal, suggestions for responding to peer review comments, and more. Get started by submitting an Editing Request, or request a consultation with a librarian to discuss your specific editing needs.
The NIH Library provides access to online tools to help you with your writing and publishing needs:
- EndNote: download EndNote for free from the NIH Library and use it to manage the references in your manuscript
- Journal Citation Reports: find a journal’s impact factor or identify alternative journals for your manuscript submission
- A.M.A Manual of Style: ensure your manuscript follows the styles established to support the medical and scientific publishing community
- Chicago Manual of Style: access the style manual used primarily by those working in literature, history, and the arts
Contact us today and let us know how we can help you with your writing, editing, and publishing needs.
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