This event is cancelled, as per the university-wide COVID 19 update from March 12.
The third in the three-part “Rock Your Thesis” series, this workshop will equip you with the skills you need to revise your thesis or dissertation draft and plan to submit and defend it. This hands-on, interactive program has three objectives:
- Review the submission and defence process and timelines
- Introduce a range revision strategies and both the structural and sentence level
- Give participants an opportunity to try out revision and peer review activities with their own work
This workshop is best suited for Master’s and PhD students who have written at least part of their thesis or dissertation draft. Please bring a laptop, digital copy of your work-in-progress, and a printed copy of at least 10 pages of your thesis or dissertation.
Additional Information: Registration required through GoSignMeUp. Registration is open until March 27, 2020.
**Note: This workshop series was previously known as Fundamentals for Writing your Thesis**
Learn more about Rock Your Thesis:
Rock your Thesis is a three-part program that will guide graduate students through the first phases of planning and writing a thesis or dissertation.
During interactive sessions throughout workshop series, the Writing and Communication Centre, the Library, Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs, and other campus partners will offer sessions designed to provide resources, strategies and information to make beginning your thesis or dissertation less daunting. The series will cover topics such as planning and project management, structuring your thesis or dissertation, writing a literature review, using strategies for finding and recording research sources, and revision.
Rock Your Thesis 1: Plan Your Project: The first in the three-part “Rock Your Thesis” series, this workshop will equip you with the skills you need to plan a large academic writing project like a thesis or dissertation.
Rock Your Thesis 2: Starting to Write: The second in the three-part “Rock Your Thesis” series, this workshop will equip you with the skills you need to start writing a large academic writing project like a thesis, dissertation or dissertation proposal.