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Brain Food: Graduate Thesis - Advanced

As you advance toward completing your degree, these timely research, writing and self-management strategies will help you finish your graduate work on task and on time. Topics covered will include:
Location: MacKinnon 318
  • Disseminating Your Thesis: This session will cover what you need to know with respect to publishing and author rights, as well as the e-thesis submission process. It will help you to identify the publishing models and options available, and to understand copyright and what you should be negotiating with publishers
  • Presenting Your Research: Need to share your research with others? This session will introduce you to resources and strategies for visually and orally presenting your research 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 for and attend Brain Food Part A and Brain Food Part B.
Tuesday, June 6, 2017
9:00am - 12:00pm
Other - See Description
McLaughlin Library
Graduate   Publishing Support   Studying  
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