This workshop is for doctoral students who have written a few chapters of their thesis.
The session is for students who would like to improve their academic writing style, and learn to identify good and bad qualities in writing. It will also cover how to create structure and argument in a thesis, as well as how to work signposting and metadiscourse into your writing.
Don’t forget: if you would like extra support with your academic writing or can’t make a workshop, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a doctoral appointment.
Facilitator: Learning and Information Services (LIS)
|Wednesday 29th November 2017||2-3:30pm||MD111b, 1st Floor, Harrison Learning Centre|
|Wednesday 14th March 2018||11-12:30pm||MD111b, 1st Floor, Harrison Learning Centre|
Knowledge and intellectual abilities (A)
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