Applying other people’s ideas with confidence (11:00 - 12:00)

Applying other people’s ideas with confidence (11:00 - 12:00)

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Find out how to understand, deconstruct and articulate other people’s ideas, and use them to answer questions or arguments in your own words

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How do you express the essence of concepts and theories created by someone else? How do you interpret and apply these effectively in your own words? Using other peoples’ ideas is much more than paraphrasing or including long quotes, but it can be challenging to feel confident in what to focus on and also what to exclude.

Join us in this popular SHL workshop to find out how to convey and apply other peoples’ ideas in an academically appropriate way that will help you achieve better results in your next assessment.

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