Dr Maria Gardiner from iThinkwell will be presenting a workshop titled ‘Turbocharge your Publication or Thesis Workshop’ at the Lismore campus on Thursday 2 February. This workshop is open to all our researchers including HDR students. Further information on this workshop is provided below. Anyone interested should register via the link on our research development webpage.
Turbocharge Your Publications or Thesis
Would you like to know the secret to high output, high quality, scholarly writing? In academia, because writing is such a big part of what you do, it is often assumed that it comes naturally. However, for most academics, it can be a hit and miss activity, with some days (weeks or even months!) being hard to get started. And when you do get started you might sit there for hours and not produce many words. Finally, when the words are on the page, you may wonder why you bothered since what you have written isn’t very good.
This workshop draws on the overwhelming body of research (and experience with thousands of writers). This research shows that there are very clear and practical evidence-based strategies that can greatly increase your writing quality and quantity. Key aspects of this workshop have featured in the journal Nature.
This workshop will help you to understand:
Who is it for: Researchers and research students
Length: 3 hours
Maximum number: 30
Book: The companion book to this workshop is Turbocharge Your Writing