More Places Now Available: Writing Bootcamp for Taught Postgraduate Students (2 Day Workshop) – June 2018

(PGT) Writing Bootcamp for Taught Postgraduate Students (2 Day Workshop)

  • Friday 22nd June and Wednesday 27th June @ 08:45-17:00

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There are now more places available on this workshop, booking closes on Friday 15th June 2018. Places are going fast, so to book your place please click here

This is a 2-day workshop taking place on Friday 22nd and Wednesday 27th of June 2018. Please only book a place if you are available for both days. You will be asked to confirm your availability.

Are you a taught postgraduate student working on your dissertation? Or trying to write a publication?  Would you like an opportunity to be able to learn some writing techniques, and have space to practise them?

The Writing Bootcamp will give you a time and place for you to write without the distractions of emails, Facebook, Twitter and everyday life. There will be over 8 hours of writing time across the two days of the Writing Bootcamp. Each day will be split into half-day sessions and begin with a short Bitesize workshop, discussing tips and techniques. These will be followed by writing blocks where you will be writing based on your preparation. There will also be time between day 1 and day 2 to work your writing project. Participants will be sent the schedule and preparation instructions in advance of the Writing Bootcamp.

To book your place please click here

You can see all upcoming workshops here.

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Workshop: Dissertation Planning & Writing – 14th June 2018

Dissertation Planning & Writing

  • Thursday 14th June 2018 @ 13:30-16:30

This workshop is for suitable for all taught postgraduate (PGT) students who are thinking about starting or have started their dissertation.istock_000020658968small

A dissertation is a key part of a masters programme. It’s a chance for you to plan and undertake a significant body of your own research. This can be a very rewarding experience, but can present many challenges: What exactly is a dissertation and what does it look like? Where do I start? When do I stop? How do I do it?

This interactive workshop will focus on practical strategies for successfully completing your dissertation; from emphasizing the importance of good planning to actually getting started with writing. Themes of the workshop include:

  • Effective planning
  • Thinking about the examiner’s point of view
  • Critical reading and analysis of sources, and writing
  • Effective writing

To book a place, please click here.

You can see all upcoming workshops here.

Workshop: Writing Bootcamp for Taught Postgraduate Students (2 Day Workshop) – June 2018

(PGT) Writing Bootcamp for Taught Postgraduate Students (2 Day Workshop)

  • Friday 22nd June and Wednesday 27th June @ 08:45-17:00

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This is a 2-day workshop taking place on Friday 22nd and Wednesday 27th of June 2018. Please only book a place if you are available for both days. You will be asked to confirm your availability.

Are you a taught postgraduate student working on your dissertation? Or trying to write a publication?  Would you like an opportunity to be able to learn some writing techniques, and have space to practise them?

The Writing Bootcamp will give you a time and place for you to write without the distractions of emails, Facebook, Twitter and everyday life. There will be over 8 hours of writing time across the two days of the Writing Bootcamp. Each day will be split into half-day sessions and begin with a short Bitesize workshop, discussing tips and techniques. These will be followed by writing blocks where you will be writing based on your preparation. There will also be time between day 1 and day 2 to work your writing project. Participants will be sent the schedule and preparation instructions in advance of the Writing Bootcamp.

Places are going fast, so to book your place please click here. Please note that due to popularity booking for this workshop will close on the 6th June.

You can see all upcoming workshops here.

Workshop: Dissertation Planning & Writing – 31st May 2018

Dissertation Planning & Writing

  • Thursday 31st May 2018 @ 09:30-12:30

This workshop is for suitable for all taught postgraduate (PGT) students who are thinking about starting or have started their dissertation.istock_000020658968small

A dissertation is a key part of a masters programme. It’s a chance for you to plan and undertake a significant body of your own research. This can be a very rewarding experience, but can present many challenges: What exactly is a dissertation and what does it look like? Where do I start? When do I stop? How do I do it?

This interactive workshop will focus on practical strategies for successfully completing your dissertation; from emphasizing the importance of good planning to actually getting started with writing. Themes of the workshop include:

  • Effective planning
  • Thinking about the examiner’s point of view
  • Critical reading and analysis of sources, and writing
  • Effective writing

To book a place, please click here.

You can see all upcoming workshops here.

Workshop: Dissertation Planning & Writing – 26th March 2018

Dissertation Planning & Writing

  • Monday 26th March 2018 @ 13:30-16:30

This workshop is for suitable for all taught postgraduate (PGT) students who are thinking about starting or have started their dissertation.istock_000020658968small

A dissertation is a key part of a masters programme. It’s a chance for you to plan and undertake a significant body of your own research. This can be a very rewarding experience, but can present many challenges: What exactly is a dissertation and what does it look like? Where do I start? When do I stop? How do I do it?

This interactive workshop will focus on practical strategies for successfully completing your dissertation; from emphasizing the importance of good planning to actually getting started with writing. Themes of the workshop include:

  • Effective planning
  • Thinking about the examiner’s point of view
  • Critical reading and analysis of sources, and writing
  • Effective writing

To find out more and to book a place, please click on the following link:
http://www.ed.ac.uk/institute-academic-development/postgraduate/taught/courses-events/open-workshops

Online Workshop: Being Critical for Your Dissertation – 22nd March 2018

Being Critical for Your Dissertation (Online Session)

  • Thursday 22nd March 2018 @ 09:00-10:00 (UK Time)

As a masters student, you will need to demonstrate your critical thinking skills throughout your dissertation.EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY

This interactive online workshop will give you some tips and strategies on how to plan for, practice and communicate critical thinking in your dissertation.

Students should have their dissertation title (it does not need to final) and the dissertation marking criteria if possible (this maybe in the programme guide or online).

Students are encouraged to comment and ask questions during the workshop.

This session will take place via blackboard collaborate (virtual classroom). Booking is required in order to receive the workshop link and further information about how to join the session.

To find out more and to book a place, please click the following link:

http://www.ed.ac.uk/institute-academic-development/postgraduate/taught/courses-events/open-workshops

 

Online Workshop: Being Critical for Your Dissertation – 8th March 2018

Being Critical for Your Dissertation (Online Session)

  • Thursday 8th March 2018 @ 19:00-20:00 (UK Time)

As a masters student, you will need to demonstrate your critical thinking skills throughout your dissertation.EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY

This interactive online workshop will give you some tips and strategies on how to plan for, practice and communicate critical thinking in your dissertation.

Students should have their dissertation title (it does not need to final) and the dissertation marking criteria if possible (this maybe in the programme guide or online).

Students are encouraged to comment and ask questions during the workshop.

This session will take place via blackboard collaborate (virtual classroom). Booking is required in order to receive the workshop link and further information about how to join the session.

To find out more and to book a place, please click the following link:

http://www.ed.ac.uk/institute-academic-development/postgraduate/taught/courses-events/open-workshops

 

Workshop – (PGT) Writing Bootcamp for Taught Postgraduate Students (2 Day Workshop) – June 2017

(PGT) Writing Bootcamp for Taught Postgraduate Students (2 Day Workshop)

  • Thursday 22nd June and Tuesday 27th June @ 09:00-17:00

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Thinking ahead to writing your dissertation?

The Writing Bootcamp will give you a time and place for you to focus on writing without the distractions of emails, Facebook, Twitter and everyday life.

By the end of the Writing Bootcamp we will have discussed and practised some writing strategies, considered the key aspects of the writing process (including proof-reading and editing), and have a personalised writing plan to take your writing forward.

Places are going fast, so to find out more and to book a place, please click on the following link:
http://www.ed.ac.uk/schools-departments/institute-academic-development/postgraduate/taught/courses-events/open-workshops

 

Workshop – Dissertation Planning & Writing- 27th March 2017

(PGT) Dissertation Planning & Writing

  • Monday 27th March 2017 @ 13:30-16:30

This workshop is for suitable for all taught postgraduate (PGT) students who are thinking about starting or have started their dissertation.istock_000020658968small

A dissertation is a key part of a masters programme. It’s a chance for you to plan and undertake a significant body of your own research. This can be a very rewarding experience, but can present many challenges: What exactly is a dissertation and what does it look like? Where do I start? When do I stop? How do I do it?

This interactive workshop will focus on practical strategies for successfully completing your dissertation; from emphasizing the importance of good planning to actually getting started with writing. Themes of the workshop include:

  • Effective planning
  • Thinking about the examiner’s point of view
  • Critical reading and analysis of sources, and writing
  • Effective writing

To find out more and to book a place, please click on the following link:
http://www.ed.ac.uk/schools-departments/institute-academic-development/postgraduate/taught/courses-events/open-workshops

Event: Gearing Up for Your Masters Dissertation – 15 March 2017

Event: Gearing Up for Your Masters Dissertation Event in association with Edinburgh University Student Association  

  • Wednesday 15th March 2017 @ 13:00-14:00

istock_000004735385xsmall_researchersAre you thinking about your Master’s dissertation, but not sure how to get started? Do you want to know more about the process in general?

The Students Association has organized a lunch where you can get advice from several University services as well as students themselves!

There will be introductions from the Institute for Academic Development, the English Language Teaching Centre, and the Advice Place/Peer Proofreading on the support available to you.

Then you’ll have the opportunity to ask your own questions and hear from other students who have completed a dissertation.

Bring along your dissertation ideas, questions about managing your dissertation, and hear what others will be working on. It’ll be the perfect occasion to help you plan ahead for your
dissertation summer and ease any concerns!

Watch out for an event in the summer that will focus on finishing off your dissertation and what may be next.

To book your place please click the following link:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/gearing-up-for-your-masters-dissertation-event-tickets-31925044668