• Training Room

    Reviewing and Writing for Postgraduates
    Provider   Study Skills

    This workshop covers some of the key academic practices required to become an effective postgraduate literature review writer. (NB: This not a credit bearing course. PhD students should consider attending the PG Cert. accredited workshops within the RDP).

Duration 2 hours

Course Type Workshop

Booking Status Waiting List

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Target Audience: Postgraduates

The workshop covers some of the key academic practices involved in becoming an effective Postgraduate writer. Participants will explore the functions and characteristics of the literature review and Postgraduate writing more generally, looking at the research, planning, and editing stages, to gain an understanding of the processes that lead to effective writing. Dealing with issues of authorship and authority, this workshop looks at a range of activities involved in the organisation and production of effective writing, including how to plan, structure and methodically edit your writing. (PLEASE NOTE: This not a credit bearing course. PhD students should consider attending the PG Cert. accredited workshops within the Researcher Development Programme).



Delivered By: Study Skills

Prerequisites

None.

Related Materials

Please be aware that the slides and additional resources for this workshop are available on the Study Skills Myplace page.