Keep your writing on track
The Study Skills Centre is holding a series of twenty interactive workshops, which are open to students across all levels of study. This free series provides an opportunity to explore issues central to the academic writing process. The workshops are task-based, enabling you to learn by doing and questioning. The series consists of the following topics:
- Approaching Academic Study
- Managing Your Time
- What Do My Lecturers Expect of Me?
- Making Lecture and Seminar Notes
- Academic Writing: Getting Started
- Analysing Essay Questions
- What Should I Read?
- Making Sense of What I Read
- Getting the Most from Your Reading
- Essay Plans
- Critical Writing
- Taking a Critical Viewpoint
- Improving Your Grades
- Avoiding Plagiarism
- Paraphrasing Your Sources
- Introductions and Conclusions
- Making Your Writing Flow
- Good Paragraphs
- Excel at Exams
You are welcome to follow the complete workshop programme, or to attend only those workshops that appeal to you. The workshops are free, and places can be reserved online. All workshops will be delivered digitally in English and through Blackboard Collaborate. For details of the programme, and to book your place, go to https://www.bangor.ac.uk/studyskills/workshops/programme/
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Publication date: 21 September 2020