The Academic Writing Centre offers a series of “PhD Academic Writing Webinars”, targeted towards PhD candidates, post docs and supervisors.
Friday 30 April - at 11:00-12:30 - Topic: Articles versus the Kappe
Monday 31 May - at 11:00-12:30 - Topic: Demonstrating 'Doctorateness' in the Kappe
Friday 25 June - at 11:00-12:30 - Topic: The Narrative Structure for Kappe Writing
11:45-12:15 Small group exercise
12:15-12:30 Group discussion
12:30-13:00 Optional Question and Answer period
Location: Zoom Meeting (invite will be sent to your email after registering)
Format: Pre-Webinar reading, short lecture, group discussions, group work analyzing short texts provided
Requirements: All participants are expected to review the Resources provided by email after they have registered. These Resources provide context and discussion points for the webinar, and can be useful to improve your writing process in the future.
To register: Follow the link to complete your registration. You will receive a confirmation email with more information after your registration is received.
Please note, registration opens 15 days before the webinar. If you have problems with registering, please contact email@example.com
- Wednesday 31 March - Topic: Research Design and the Thesis: Article-based thesis or monograph?
- Friday 26 February - Topic: Writing your Discussion
- 29 January 2021 - Topic: Results section
- 30 November 2020 - Topic: Materials and Methods
- 30 October 2020 - Topic: Writing Introductions
- 30 September 202 - Topic: How to make an outline
- 31 August 2020 - Topic: Structure and Cohesion in writing.
- 26 March 2020 - Topic: The pre-writing process.
- 27 February 2020 - Topic: Composition.
Watch former webinars from Canvas room SWR100 https://nmbu.instructure.com/courses/2280/modules.
All past webinars are also available in our Youtube channel:
Former webinars are also uploaded to Canvas and accessible whenever it suits you from the Canvas room SWR100 https://nmbu.instructure.com/courses/2280/modules.
NB! Use Chrome or Firefox web browser.
The Scientific Writing Resource Portal (SWR100) has a newly added SWR100 Module: Ph.D Portal. iT contains NMBU and external resource the Writing Centre finds practical and specific to Ph.D research and writing. The remaining modules in SWR100 provide universal support to scientific and academic writing across all study levels (Bachelor, Master, Ph.D).