Have you ever wondered how to write better academic papers or articles? In this workshop, our co-founder and professional academic editor Chelsea McGill will discuss how to read academic writing, and how you can use basic formats and levels of English to improve your academic writing. In the second session, she will give feedback on your writing samples and teach you how to use citation methods to properly reference sources.
- Understand how academic writing differs from other forms of writing
- Know and can apply common structures of academic writing
- Understand what type of English to use for specific audiences
- Understand why and how to use citation methods
Who can join the session:
These sessions are ideal for undergraduate or graduate students in the social sciences and humanities, and for professionals or academics in the same fields that would like to improve their writing skills.
The sessions are open to anyone from anywhere in the world with a working internet connection. The session will be conducted in English and will discuss English forms of academic writing.
This is a 2-session workshop and one registration gives you access to both the sessions, set a week apart.
Session 1: 02 August 2020; 14:00-15:30 (IST)
Session 2: 09 August 2020; 14:00-15:30 (IST)
Workshop Fee: ₹2000/person in total for 2 sessions
Workshop Leader: Chelsea McGill
The sessions will be conducted via zoom.
You will receive the zoom coordinates for the sessions at least 24 hours before the scheduled start time of the sessions.
A certificate of completion will be issued to all participants after the workshop.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries.