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Past Workshops

Below you can find out about past workshops we’ve run.  You can access materials–such as handouts and worksheets–beneath each workshop’s description.

Writing Goals Workshop

Make a plan to meet your writing goals!

In this workshop, we discuss how to schedule time and keep oneself accountable to academic research and writing goals and deadlines. Each participant makes a plan for completing their writing goals, breaking down long-term goals into manageable short-term goals. Writing Center Fellows  follow up with students’ progress via scheduled check-in emails throughout the semester.

Workshop materials: Goal-Planning Workshop Materials

 

Returning to Academic Writing Workshop

In this workshop, we discuss the basics of academic writing – what defines it, how to engage with other scholars, and potential writing tactics to use.  Participants also have the opportunity to discuss their specific concerns about the process with the workshop leaders.  

Workshop materials: Returning to Academic Writing Workshop Materials

 

Answering the CFP: Writing a Conference Abstract Workshop

In this workshop, we discuss the best practices of responding to a CFP. We review a few graduate and regional/national CFPs and critique examples of successful and unsuccessful abstracts. Participants also have the opportunity to engage in a peer editing workshop.

Workshop materials: Answering the CFP: Writing a Conference Abstract Workshop

 

English Language Tools & Resources Webinar

In this webinar, we discuss tools and resources to help with grammar, spelling, word choice, sentence structure, and other English language topics. The goal of this webinar is to help participants find tools and strategies to strengthen and edit their own writing. 

Workshop materials: English Language Tools and Resources Webinar Materials

Revising an Article for Publication

In this workshop, we discuss the process of submitting an article to a peer-reviewed journal. Students bring in work to revise for this purpose.

 

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