Would you like to improve your academic writing skills?
If yes, join the workshop Get going: Tools for structure and the writing process
Wednesday 8. May, 3 – 5.30 PM at The Faculty Library of Humanities, Njalsgade 112
After the workshop you will have the possibility to chat and socialize!
Focus will be on different ways to structure your assignment – and on “tips and tricks” for keeping the writing process going, including finding relevant material. We will present a couple of different ways to structure an assignment and present some questions and guidelines for structuring your own assignment. You will have the possibility to discuss these with peers. We strongly recommend that you bring an un-finished assignment to use as your personal starting-point.
You can sign up for the workshop here: http://hum.ku.dk/intranet/tilmeldinger/joblab1-4/. Registration is mandatory and binding.
The workshop is part of the project “Academic Writing in a Global Perspective” which focuses on academic expectations. The project consists of a blog and a series of workshops and cultural arrangements. The information you will receive at the workshop will be supplied by the blog.
This workshop is the 2nd in a series of three. The 3rd will be:
Get finished: Polish your written academic language 22. May
International as well as Danish students are welcome; and it is our experience that this cultural meeting is mutually beneficial. The workshop will be held in English.
We hope to see you there!
Michael Hockenhull & Catherine Berg, Full Degree Guidance Counselor, Faculty
Bente Kristiansen, Academic Consultant, TORS
Kirsten Thomsen, Information Specialist, Royal Library