Co-Authorship and How to Write with Authors:
Wed 2nd July 12:30-14:00 The Octagon, Sir Michael Cobham Library, Talbot Campus
Presented by Prof. Mark Hadfield this Writing Academy lunchbyte session will look at co-authorship in general, techniques for writing with authors, how to manage these relationships and dealing with difficult ao-authors.
After the presentation, attendees are invited to stay and discuss the topic with the speaker over lunch.
Writing English as a Foreign Language:
Wed 16th July 12:30-14:00 P406, Poole House, Talbot Campus
Presented by Paul Barnes from the library this Writing Academy lunchbyte session will look at:
- Academic style
- Levels of formality (register)
- Grammar – including tense usage, passive voice, prepositions and relative clauses
- Vocabulary choice
After the presentation, attendees are invited to stay and discuss the topic with the speaker over lunch, there is also an option for attendees to book one to one appointments with the speaker to discuss any individual needs they may have.
My Publishing Experience: Prof. Matthew Bennett
Wed 23rd July 12:30-14:00 Russell Cotes Museum, Bournemouth
In this Writing Academy Lunchbyte session Prof. Matthew Bennett will talk about his personal publishing experience, his approaches to research and writing, how to develop a publication strategy and the challenges of working with colleagues and dealing with both reviewers and editors. He will talk about all type of publishing from journal articles, to books via edited compilations. Drawing on personal experience he will also focus on how you target high impact journals. After the presentation, attendees are invited to stay and discuss the topic with the speaker over lunch.
If you have any questions relating to these sessions then please contact Shelly Anne Stringer
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