Thesis Café Writing Workshop


Thesis Café

Writing Workshop

 

 

The Thesis Café is Open to students in all programs working on their thesis projects.

 

 

Friday March 9 and 16 at 12-2pm, in room 512, 113 McCaul.

 

Please RSVP: wac@ocadu.ca

 
DateFriday, March 9, 2018 - 12:00pm

Location

Writing & Learning Centre Room 512, 113 McCaul

Thesis Café

Writing Workshop

 

 

Are you working on writing for your thesis / workshop / final 4th year project?

 

Would you like a place to workshop your writing, get helpful tips and share your work with other students?

 

The Thesis Café is Open to students in all programs working on their thesis projects.

 

Please join us for two workshops by the Writing Across the Curiculum Initiative, to kick start your writing for the final 4th year project: 

March 9: Strategies for Completing the Final Draft

March 16: Editing your Final Draft

 

The workshops will be followed by lunch and time to workshop your ideas with peers. Faculty members from FoLASSIS and FoA, and a writing consultant will also be available for consultations.

 

In room 512, 113 McCaul, at 12-2pm.

 

Please RSVP: wac@ocadu.ca



Thesis Cafe March 9th and 16th at 12-2pm
DateFriday, March 9, 2018 - 12:00pm

Website Location

Writing & Learning Centre Room 512, 113 McCaul

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Thesis Café

Writing Workshop

 

 

Are you working on writing for your thesis / workshop / final 4th year project?

 

Would you like a place to workshop your writing, get helpful tips and share your work with other students?

 

The Thesis Café is Open to students in all programs working on their thesis projects.

 

Please join us for two workshops by the Writing Across the Curiculum Initiative, to kick start your writing for the final 4th year project: 

March 9: Strategies for Completing the Final Draft

March 16: Editing your Final Draft

 

The workshops will be followed by lunch and time to workshop your ideas with peers. Faculty members from FoLASSIS and FoA, and a writing consultant will also be available for consultations.

 

In room 512, 113 McCaul, at 12-2pm.

 

Please RSVP: wac@ocadu.ca

Venue & Address: 
Writing & Learning Centre Room 512, 113 McCaul
Thesis Cafe March 9th and 16th at 12-2pm
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