Join us for this workshop on project management and writing strategies for big projects as part of this year's online GRADnavigate series.
In this interactive workshop you’ll learn what researchers who study the writing process have discovered about how to set goals, stay motivated, and avoid procrastination. You will explore the common challenges faced by graduate student writers, identify the habits that anchor your own individual writing practice, and be introduced to strategies for making consistent, sustainable progress on a large project like a thesis, dissertation, or journal article. You’ll be trying some of these strategies out during the workshop: make sure you have access to a writing project, your agenda or calendar, etc.
This is a virtual workshop, and all participants will be emailed a link to access the session 24 hours prior to the event.
This workshop is being facilitated by Nadine Fladd from the Writing and Communication Centre.
Please note: audio is required for this session. Microphones and video would be an asset.
This workshop is part of GRADnavigate, a week-long series of workshops designed to provide tailored support to graduate students at key points in their degree. Explore all of the 2020 GRADnavigate workshops on the Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs event page.