How to Write an eOrganic Article Course: Writing Scientific Information for Farmers and the General Public

This 4-webinar course was given for preregistered graduate and undergraduate students in 2019, but the materials may be used by any students who would like to submit an article for our ASHS and Tri-Societies Conference competitions in 2020. They can also be used by anyone with expertise in organic agriculture who would like to submit an eOrganic article for publication, or for those who intend to publish Extension articles. In addition, they may be useful for agricultural researchers who wish to publish Extension articles or articles about their research for a public audience.

eOrganic publishes science-, experience, and regulation-based information on organic farming and research for the public. Our materials are geared toward an audience of producers, Extension agents, agricultural professionals and others. Find all our resources at http://eorganic.org.

See also eOrganic Instructions for Authors

September 18, 2019 Session 1: What is eOrganic, what is an eOrganic article and how is it different than a scientific journal article? Presenter: Alice Formiga, Oregon State University.
 

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October 2, 2019 Session 2: How to find reliable information on organic management. Presenter: Alex Stone, Oregon State University.

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October Session 3: Creating your draft: How to Write up Your Science. Presenters: Annette Wszelaki, University of Tennessee Knoxville; Javier Fernandez-Salvador, Oregon State University.

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October 30, 2019 Session 4: Reviewing your article: how your articles will be judged and reviewed.  Presenter: Alice Formiga, Oregon State University.

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Published January 29, 2020

This is an eOrganic article and was reviewed for compliance with National Organic Program regulations by members of the eOrganic community. Always check with your organic certification agency before adopting new practices or using new materials. For more information, refer to eOrganic's articles on organic certification.