At Brain Food workshops, you'll find out more about how to approach your research and writing with confidence, and you'll meet other graduate students who are also experiencing the trials and tribulations of graduate work.
Location: MacKinnon 318
In Part B, the focus shifts to effective writing techniques. Topics covered will include:
- Writing the Literature Review: Your literature review is a key component of your thesis or dissertation. This session will discuss how to connect the literature review to your argument, build the structure for your review, and avoid some of the common traps when writing.
- Outlining Your Thesis: This session offers a visual mapping strategy that you can use to organize your research and writing, structure your argument logically, and manage your evidence.
Participants will have the opportunity to receive a Graduate Writing and Research Skills Letter of Recognition in acknowledgement of their efforts to expand their knowledge and skills. You are also welcome to register and attend Brain Food Part A and Brain Food Part C.