Have you struggled to develop a clear structure for your academic writing projects? One of the biggest challenges academic writers face is developing a cohesive text in which the pieces are sequenced in a logical order.
Part I has already taken place, but you can still participate in Part II of this workshop.
The focus of Part II is Reverse Outlining. Participate and you will learn to:
- Organize your ideas and shape your argument
- Diagnose and avoid gaps in logic
- Use reverse outlining to inform editing and push your argument forward
Part II will be held on Wednesday, February 12 from 12:30 to 2:30 pm. Registered students will receive the location in a confirmation email.
What to bring: Come with a draft of a piece of writing. If you attended Part I, bring a draft developed from the outline you started. It need not be a complete draft--bring what you've got.
Alison Crump, an instructor in the Faculty of Education, an experienced workshop leader, and a doctoral candidate in the Department of Integrated Studies in Education, will lead the workshop.
* NOTE: If you registered for Part I, you do not need to re-register for Part II.
Registration for this workshop is now closed.