Editing Strategies for Academic Writers (Registration for Postdocs)
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- Promote Capacity for Innovation and Research
- Career Development
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Editing and proofreading skills are vitally important for academic writers. The best scientific ideas and results often become meaningless if they are not effectively and accurately communicated in writing. Thus, effective “soft” skills often translate to real “hard” results for academic writers: completing a Ph.D., or having submissions readily accepted for publication.
The 2-day practical workshop Editing Strategies for Academic Writers has been specifically designed for writers who want to enhance their own academic texts through editing and proofreading. Working on your own and other participants’ drafts, you will learn and practice strategies that help you edit texts to their full potential. In the process, you will not only become a more proficient editor but also a better writer.
The workshop Editing Strategies for Academic Writers will help you train the following skills:
Develop a systemic approach to proofreading, self- and peer-editing
Determine frequent errors and eliminate them from your writing
Practice revision and proofreading skills using your own and other participants’ writing samples
Craft well-structured texts that have a sense of order and direction
Write as clearly, concisely and consistently as possible
Please note that this workshop will be taught entirely in English. To participate and benefit the most, you should be able to communicate fluently in English (approximately B2 level or above).
|Date:||10/03/2020 to 11/03/2020|
08:30 - 16:30
|Course Coordinator:||Privatdozentin Leyla Haferkamp|
SuperC, Templergraben 57, room 4.30
|Participants:||up to 6|
|Cooperation:||In cooperation with the language center.|
|Registration:||With RWTH-ID (TIM)|
Without RWTH-ID (TIM) please contact organizational matter