For those struggling with motivation, procrastination, or confidence, these writing sprints (in English) offer a chance to meet other graduate students, share writing experiences and challenges, and ultimately to get some writing done!
08.10.2021 | 09:00 - 16:00
The course will take place again on 10 December 2021. To the next date
Dr. Melinda Johnston
All Postgrads and Postdocs
Number of Participants
The newly offered “writing sprints” are a series of monthly workshops offering participants the opportunity to work intensively on their academic writing in English. Participants can choose to attend one or several depending on their writing needs.
Over the course of the day, participants will work on their own “real-world” writing aided by a supportive and productive online environment. The days are conducted entirely in English, allowing participants to maintain that language’s “mind-set”, while a series of guided exercises, along with group feedback, will allow researchers to break through writing barriers and to become more productive.
Note for participants: Please be prepared and ready to work on your own “real-world” writing!
0,5 Credit Points can be obtained by attending this course. Please contact your faculty for the recognition of performance for the doctoral degree.
- Dr. Melinda Johnston
Over 10 years’ experience authoring and editing academic texts in the humanities | PhD in the History of Art from UCL | Previously Lecturer in Art History at the University of Canterbury and Research Librarian at the National Library of New Zealand www.artsediting.com