10.06.2021 Academic Writing with Equanimity: Increasing Ease and Efficiency (ONLINE)

Academic Writing with Equanimity: Increasing Ease and Efficiency (online)

Academic writing is a cognitively demanding, complex task that requires the simultaneous negotiation and navigation of multiple demands and conventions. This workshop offers information and insights regarding establishing productive habits, accessing tools to support ongoing progress, and improving overall efficiency. Topics covered include the following:

  • the writing process in order to determine how to implement various stages strategically
  • writing tools and activities to support productivity at various stages of the writing process
  • writing types to understand one’s tendencies as writers versus other options that can be used to approach ambitious writing projects
  • resources to support ongoing development in academic writing

Participants should be at a C1 or higher level in English.

Target group: doctoral candidates and Master’s students
Date: 10 June from 9 am – 1 pm
Venue: Zoom (link will be sent with registration confirmation)
12 places
Participation fee (financial contribution): 40 €. You will receive the bank details in due time.
Please register via StudOn

Trainer: Shira Richman directs the Writing Centre at FAU, having previously served in the same function at a technical university in Colorado. Her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Fine Arts are both in English with a focus on writing. She is from Seattle, Washington, has worked as an editor, writer, and writing teacher for over a decade.

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg