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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Cohesion, linking and flow in your writing - Herston

21 May 2019 10:00am11:30am
Discover strategies and techniques which will help you improve cohesion in your writing and assist your reader to understand the structure of your argument.

Writing a literature review

6 June 2019 10:30am12:30pm
Learn practical strategies that will help you tackle your literature review.

Turbocharge your writing

12 June 2019 1:30pm4:00pm
Learn clear and practical strategies that can greatly increase your writing productivity.

Cohesion, linking and flow in your writing

13 June 2019 10:00am11:30am
This introductory workshop examines some strategies which should help you to make clear connections between ideas in sections, paragraphs and sentences in your writing.

Shut Up & Write day

10 July 2019 10:00am3:00pm
Make progress in your writing, learn discipline to write, meet other HDRs during the breaks!

Writing a literature review - Herston

16 July 2019 10:00am12:00pm
Learn practical strategies that will help you tackle your literature review.

Writing a literature review

15 August 2019 1:00pm3:00pm
Learn practical strategies that will help you tackle your literature review. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED AND WILL OPEN 6-8 WEEKS BEFOREHAND.

Writing a literature review - Gatton

30 April 2019 10:00am11:30am
Learn practical strategies that will help you tackle your literature review.

Academic writing course (8 weeks)

1 April 2019 9:00am6 May 2019 5:00pm
Register by submitting the application form. Sessions run 4/5 June to 23/24 July. Get more details via the link above.

Improving writing with data-driven learning

1 July 2018 10:45am30 September 2018 11:45am
This online course looks at the use of 'big data' to help graduate students with their academic writing. Registration instructions available in session description.