Stratégies et outils d’aide à la rédaction d’un article scientifique empirique
Scientific writing is a laborious task for student researchers. The multiple knowledge and skills required throughout a process made up of several stages, namely planning, writing and revision (Hayes & Flower, 1980), make many people feel powerless when faced with this task. when they experience it for the first time. This article aims to provide them with strategies, tools, and tips for each of these steps when writing an empirical article. The authors share resources discovered or developed within the framework of their writing experiences.
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