04: Writing routines and working methods
- Date: October 27, 2023, 2–4pm c.t.
- Room: Schellingstr. 3, S 242
- Instructor: Alessia Cortina
- Language: English
- Registration: starting October 16
Writing scientific papers is a lengthy and often lonely process, in which one can easily get lost as a writer. In this workshop, we will therefore have a look at writing routines and ways of working: What is part of the writing process, and how can intentional writing routines support the writing process? What writing routines do I have myself? Which writing routines help when writing a scientific paper? How can I change my own working methods so that the often tedious writing of scientific texts becomes easier and more enjoyable? The workshop is aimed at students and doctoral candidates who would like to reflect on their own writing routines and make them more effective.
Your registration will be binding. Free spaces are allocated according to the principle of "first come, first served". Should you be unable to participate, you may cancel your registration until Wednesday, October 25.