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(890W19) How to be Clear and Concise. Writing for Different Scientific Communities

Workshop for PhD students, 15. November 2018

You want to write good, clear, and effective texts in your discipline? This workshop accompanies young professional writers on their ways to becoming full expert members of their respective scientific communities.

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(890W19) How to be Clear and Concise. Writing for Different Scientific Communities

Workshop for PhD students

Wann?

  • 15. November 2018
  • 10.00 Uhr bis 17.00 Uhr

Wo?

Kompetenzwerkstatt der TH Köln
Gustav-Heinemann-Ufer 54,
1. Etage, Nordflügel
50968 Köln
Raum: 128

ReferentIn

Dr. Vera Leberecht

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Die Anmeldung ist vom 04. Oktober 2018, 10.00 Uhr, bis zum 07. November 2018, 10.00 Uhr, möglich. Anmeldeformular

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Learning Outcomes:

  • Reading and text analysis: strategies for becoming a better writer
  • Keeping it plain and simple?! Challenges and features of clear, concise scientific writing in English
  • Presenting other authors‘ findings and positions, and taking a stance
  • Peer work and collaborative text production: giving and receiving productive text feedback

The workshop supports young scientists who want to write good, clear, and effective texts in their own disciplines. It aims at accompanying young professional writers on their ways to becoming full expert members of their respective scientific communities.

The workshop is held in English and comprises individual writing exercises, small group work, plenary discussions, and trainer inputs from writing pedagogy, English didactics, linguistics, and communication sciences. The small group size allows participants to discuss experiences, ask questions and receive feedback both from the trainer and the rest of the group.

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