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First Year Doctoral Writing 1d: The nuts and bolts of academic writing: the sentence, the paragraph and the chapter

The Graduate School, Glasgow Caledonian University

Tuesday, 18 April 2017 from 10:30 to 12:00 (BST)

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First Year Doctoral Writing 1d: The nuts and bolts of academic writing: the sentence, the paragraph and the chapter

The Graduate School would like to invite you to participate in the next RD Training Workshop as below:

 

Workshop Title

First Year Doctoral Writing 1d: The nuts and bolts of academic writing: the sentence, the paragraph and the chapter

 

Date

18th April 2017

 

Time

10.30 - 12.00

 

RDF

This workshop addresses attributes from Domain A of the RDF (Researcher Development Framework). Please note, as full members of Vitae, GCU staff and students can use their University login details to access the full range of professional development resources on the Vitae website.  

 

Venue

H112, William Harley Building, Glasgow Caledonian University 

For campus directions:

www.gcu.ac.uk/theuniversity/howtofindus/campusmap/

 

Tutor

Grace D Poulter, Lecturer in Academic Writing, The Graduate School.  

Grace D Poulter is a lecturer in Academic Writing at Glasgow Caledonian University.  She is also an accredited IELTS examiner with many years of experience in teaching EAP to postgraduate students in the Scottish HE sector.

 

Description

Constructing ‘good’ sentences and creating effective paragraphs are key components of successful writing. 

In the same way that, as the cliché goes, ‘…a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step…’ so the thesis of 60,000 words begins with a single sentence.

Giving some consideration to these basic elements of thesis writing at this early stage will result in increasing your confidence as a writer and raise your awareness of what constitutes ‘good’ academic writing that is fit for publication.

 

Audience   

First year doctoral students

 

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Please note

This workshop is for first-year doctoral students only.

 

For more information

  • On the training programme and workshops, please visit:

         www.gcu.ac.uk/graduateschool/traininganddevelopment/

 

 

 

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The Graduate School

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H112, William Harley Building

Glasgow Caledonian University
G4 0BA Glasgow
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 18 April 2017 from 10:30 to 12:00 (BST)


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