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Who Says What? Writing and Citing

Wednesday, November 7, 2018 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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Writerly Wednesday Mini-workshop: 12:00 noon to 12:30 pm.

Who Says What? Writing and Citing. Practice sharpening your papers during this citing best practice session with an activity to help you focus on establishing authorial presence when embedding citations in your work.

COME WRITE WITH US!

Quiet writing, writing conversations, refreshments and consults!

ABOUT WRITERLY WEDNESDAY:

Each Wednesday a Brock Community of writers provides a space for graduate student writers.

Writerly Wednesday Writers’ community offers:

  • quiet writing space
  • on-site drop-in access to research consults and critical read consults by experts
  • micro-workshops on a number of writing and research topics

Every week there will be 2.5 quiet hours of writing time.

Every other week, each 3-hour session will begin with a 20 min facilitated conversation or presentation on topics related to writer and writing. The rest of the time; we’ll write.

Writers’ are free to attend the micro-workshop (offered 20 minutes at noon, every other week) or join the quiet writing group at 12:30 pm for 2.5 hours of quiet writing. Graduate students may sign-up and meet with research/writing consults each week.

Refreshments and snacks will be provided.

All members of the broader graduate community (grad students, faculty and staff) are invited to drop-in and take part in creating a ‘mid-week’ space for writing.

You are welcome to bring your laptop, writing resources and your lunch!

Please search the Vitae online calendar for additional micro-workshops and Writerly Wednesday programming.

For details, please contact Karin Perry, kperry@brocku.ca

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Date:
Wednesday, November 7, 2018
Time:
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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