Asking the right questions is a crucial part of effective research, however, there is more to it than simply questions and answers. Research needs to be shared and that means knowing how, and being able, to express your findings is essential. This includes everything from making effective presentations, strong writing and summarising skills and knowing the audience you wish to reach. The AuthorAID project seeks to help new researchers build on these skills . This case study examines Dan Korbel's first experience as an AuthorAID mentor
INASP, Oxford, UK, 2 pp.
Learning from Experience: The AuthorAID mentoring scheme in action.