Location: MC 2036A
Doing a multi-sourced literature review within higher education literature and synthesizing key research ideas and findings in a paper/scholarly workshop can seem like a daunting task. In this hands-on session, you will have the opportunity to produce a rough outline of your main deliverable (paper or mini-workshop) and receive feedback on the effectiveness of your plan. Through a series of guided exercises and dedicated writing time, you will be able to make progress on your paper/workshop and receive feedback from your peers and CTE facilitators.
You should attend this working session if:
- you have your 10 key literature sources submitted on Waterloo LEARN and approved by CTE
- you have read at least 5 of your articles (if you read more, that’s great!)
- Optional: completion of the writeonline.ca module on writing literature reviews
You should bring to this session:
- your laptop or writing device of your own choice (e.g., notebook, paper, post-it notes)
- your 10 (or more) articles – hard or soft copies
- outline or rough draft of the paper/workshop (i.e., main section headings with bullet point notes explaining what you will discuss)
- Registration is required. Difficulty registering? Read our registration help guide.
- Registration is limited to CUT participants enrolled in GS 902 who have completed the Research Project (CTE146) workshop.
Many of our workshops have waiting lists, so if you've registered but can't attend, please notify us 24 hours in advance (at firstname.lastname@example.org ) so that we can give your spot to someone else.
The University of Waterloo is committed to achieving barrier-free accessibility for persons with disabilities who are studying, working, or visiting at Waterloo. If you have questions concerning access, such as parking, building layouts, or obtaining information in alternative formats, or wish to request accommodations for a CTE workshop or event, please contact CTE via email (email@example.com) or phone (ext. 33857) and include the session’s title and date. Our workshops typically involve a mix of presentation and discussion-based activities, and we encourage a scent-free environment. We also welcome accompanying assistants, interpreters, or note-takers; notify us if accommodations are needed in this regard. Please note that some accommodations may require time to arrange.
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