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HDR & ECR Research Writing Program

HDR & ECR Research Writing Program

Knowing how to approach your research can be a major challenge. If you get it right, it can be smooth sailing and you will be on your way to completing your research project in good time.

The Academic Skills and Learning Centre (ASLC) in collaboration with our College is offering CBE HDR (PhD & MPhil) students and early career researchers (ECRs) a series of workshops on planning, writing, disseminating and editing your research.

All CBE HDR students and academic staff are welcome to attend.

You are welcome to register for all workshops or just those workshops you can attend. Please note the first four will be sequential and so will work best if you can attend the whole series.

Start me up workshops:

  • Research Project Management (3 April, Hanna Neumann Seminar Room)
  • Thesis Proposal Reviews (3 April, Hanna Neumann Seminar Room)

  • Thesis Structure (5 April, NEW VENUE: Teaching Room, Level 2, John Yenken Bldg 45, Sullivan Rd - check at reception)
  • Introductions & Literature Reviews (5 April, NEW VENUE: Teaching Room, Level 2, John Yenken Bldg 45, Sullivan Rd - check at reception)

Write me up workshops:

  • Journal Article Writing and Submission (6 April, Hanna Neumann Seminar Room)
  • Finishing and Editing Your Work (6 April, Hanna Neumann Seminar Room)

Catering: morning teas and light lunches provided

Program details: please see attached program here for workshop descriptions.

Registration: to register for all or for specific workshops please use the online Microsoft Form registration link top right which will be managed by the Academic Skills and Learning Centre.

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