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Using Scholarcy in Improving researcher's Academic Writing and Research Output

Training Centre in Communication (TCC Africa) partnered with Scholarcy for a training on using scholarcy in improving researchers academic writing and research output.

Published onJan 06, 2023
Using Scholarcy in Improving researcher's Academic Writing and Research Output

Following their strategic partnership, Training Centre in Communication (TCC Africa) and Scholarcy was pleased to host an interactive training on using the text summarization tool, Scholarcy on 5th January 2023.

With scholarcy, you can read and comprehend more of the necessary research in less time. It makes it easier for you to cut through the clutter, find the papers that are most pertinent to your work more quickly, and navigate between the areas of an article that are most crucial to your work.

It is a valuable tool for researchers and students looking to streamline their workflows, stay organized, and save time. Its automatic referencing and summary generation features, as well as its collaboration tools, can help you work more efficiently and effectively.

Recording of the session

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About Scholarcy

Scholarcy is a London-based Edtech applying machine learning to extract structured data and knowledge summaries from scholarly content. Scholarcy is available as a web-based platform and can be used on various devices. It is recommended for students, researchers, and professionals who want to improve their academic writing skills and streamline their research process.

Learn more about Scholarcy at

About TCC Africa

Training Centre in Communication (TCC Africa) is the first African-based training centre to teach effective communication skills to scientists. TCC Africa is an award-winning Trust, established as a non-profit entity in 2006 and is registered in Kenya. TCC Africa provides capacity support in improving researchers’ output and visibility through training in scholarly and science communication.

Find out more about TCC Africa at

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