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Interdisciplinary Workshops

 

Processes

Situations

Strategies

'How to get an A on your paper'

 

Academic Writing Workshop 2: Analysing the assignment and developing a plan

 

Academic Writing Workshop 3: Developing and organising your argument: effective thesis statements and arguments

 

Writing for Learning & Academic Assessment - Understanding the assignment. Planning and organising your writing assignments

 

Writing for learning & Academic Assessment - Structuring your writing assignment

 

Scholarly Writing at postgraduate level

 

Scholarly Writing at Third Level: Building Confidence to Develop as Critical Thinkers and Writers

 

Putting the Ease Back into Essay Writing (the handouts for this workshop can be found here and here.)

 

Introduction to Writing in Academic Contexts 

 

Sentence Structure, Grammar and Mechanics

 

Integrity and Responsibility in Academic Writing 

Academic Posters

 

Writing a Research Proposal

 

Writing Your Literature Review

 

Structuring the PhD Thesis/Masters Dissertation and Writing the Literature Review

  • Workshop video available here

 

Dissertation Workshop 2: Writing your dissertation

 

From Proposal to Submission: Progressing Your Masters Dissertation

  • Workshop video available here.

 

FYP SOS Writing Workshop

 

FYP 101 Writing Workshop

 

Cross-Disciplinary FYP Workshops

 

Academic-writing workshops for International Students Writing Workshop 1

 

Academic-writing workshops for International Students Writing Workshop 2

Academic Writing Workshop 1: Strategies to develop your writing

 

Peer tutor writing strategies

 

Kick Off Your Summer Writing

  • Workshop video available here.

 

Welcome 2017 

 

Writing for Learning & Academic Assessment - Citing and referencing

 

Writing for Learning & Academic Assessment - Revising and editing your assignments

 

Reporting the Work of Others in Academic Papers. Why Bother?

 

Introducing and citing quotes, paraphrases, and summaries

      - Workshop voiceover available here

 

Paragraphs - why bother?