Writing Lab – Writing Flow Techniques
09. November 2018 14:00 – 09. November 2018 18:00
Philipps-Universität Marburg, MARA, F|05, Deutschhausstraße 11+13, 1st floor, seminar room 01.0030
Writing a scientific text often poses a challenge to many young scientists. Good planning and the knowledge of important tools can help you to be more effective and efficient in your own scientific writing. In this workshop, you will learn how to structure your writing process well and use productive phases fruitfully. You will learn which difficulties you might face in the writing process and how to avoid or overcome writer‘s block.
Intended Learning Outcomes
- You will be aware of the most important characteristics of a scientific text.
- You will have an overview of the writing process for a scientific paper.
- You will be familiar with stumbling blocks and difficulties in the scientific writing process.
- You will be able to draw on your own resources to overcome writer‘s block.
- You will feel more confident in organizing your writing process and look forward to tackling your next writing project.
Practical exercises, trainer input, group work
Proficiency in English at the B2 level of competency is required.
November 9, 2018, 2 pm–6 pm
Doctoral candidates from all disciplines
Maximum number of 10 participants
Free of charge
At firstname.lastname@example.org, deadline October 25, 2018
We kindly ask you to confirm your registration to make it binding. You may cancel your registration up to twelve days before the beginning of the course without providing specific reasons. In this case, please send us a brief notice so that we can make your place available to someone else on the waiting list.
Have you heard about our individual writing consultation? Would you like to improve your English writing skills? Our experienced consultant, Dr. Fabienne Quennet, gives advice to our members on all issues concerning the writing of a dissertation.
Prof. Dr. Annette Kolb, www.coachademics.de
MArburg University Research Academy (MARA)
Doctoral Program for Life and Natural Sciences