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The Postgraduate workshop programme will be open for registrations from mid-January. The Undergraduate semester one workshop programme will be open for registrations from Orientation week. For any questions about our workshop programme please email Student Learning Development Reception
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|Workshop Name||Improving Academic Writing for Publication|
|About Workshop||This two-hour workshop is designed for PhD students considering publishing their work. It will develop ideas for best practice and provide research-based practical advice in three areas that are important in learning how to write. These are: 1) academic writing strategies 2) writing for journals and 3) improving the quality of writing.
In writing strategies, we will examine writing techniques and time management, the link between writing, analysis and thinking, and the emotional side of writing. In writing for journals, the key topics are structure and alignment, and the peer review process. In improving writing quality, the workshop will deal with writing and using feedback. The workshop will conclude with a discussion about peer-assisted writing (PAW).
Participants are requested to bring along a sample of their current writing, either from their PhD thesis work, or a preliminary draft of a journal article or book chapter. If you can bring a computer that can access the internet, this will also be an advantage.
Please note: The venue for this workshop is on the 1st floor accessible by stairs only. Please contact Marcia Botafogo at email@example.com if this will create accessibility issues for you.
|Who Should Attend||Postgraduates|
|Date & Time||
24/07/2019 Wednesday 02:00PM - 04:00PM
HEDC Seminar Room, Level 1, HEDC, 65/75 Union Place West, Dunedin
|Facilitators||Professor Tony Harland|
|ATTENTION||This workshop needs confirmation. Applicants will be notified by email of their acceptance.|