The ability to write well is critical to success in your research degree and a ‘top 10’ skill sought by employers. Learning the strategies for good writing will help you write efficiently.  Knowing not only what to write, but how to write it for a particular audience, will help you communicate your research effectively.

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Academic writing course (8 weeks) [online]

8 September 2021 1:30pm
Register by submitting the application form. Course spans 8 weeks. Sessions run on Zoom from 8 September to 27 October (HASS) OR 9 September to 28 October (STEM). Application closes on 16 August, 12pm.

Introduction to systematic reviews [webinar]

23 September 2021 1:00pm2:30pm
This workshop covers systematic reviews that can be used in both qualitative and quantitative studies. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED AND WILL OPEN APPROX 6-8 WEEKS PRIOR.

Writing a literature review [webinar]

8 June 2021 9:00am10:30am
Learn how to critically read and note-take when writing your lit review. Examine the unique features of a literature review as a frame for your research.

Writing to meet your readers' expectations - Gatton

2 June 2021 12:00pm1:30pm
What does it mean to identify and write for your audience? (formerly called Cohesion, Linking, and Flow in your Writing). Consider attending Planning to Write before attending this workshop.

Planning to write - Gatton

2 June 2021 9:30am11:00am
This workshop explores planning and structuring research writing. (formerly called Editing and Proofreading your thesis)

[NEW] Tips and tricks for successful grant-writing

28 April 2021 9:00am12:00pm
Successful grant writing comes with experience and practice, so this workshop will set you on the path to success by providing useful tips and tricks for writing competitive grant, scholarship and award applications.

Turbocharge your writing [online]

27 April 2021 9:00am5:00pm
This program establishes good writing routines and habits by delivering content over a 12 week period from 27 April to 19 July. Registration closes on 14 April at noon.

Writing to meet your readers' expectations [webinar]

20 April 2021 10:00am11:30am
What does it mean to identify and write for your audience? (formerly called Cohesion, Linking, and Flow in your Writing) Consider attending Planning to Write before attending this workshop.

Planning to write [Webinar]

9 March 2021 10:00am11:30am
This workshop explores planning and structuring research writing. (formerly called Editing and Proofreading your thesis) Consider attending Writing to Meet Your Readers' Expectations after attending this workshop.