Date(s) - 16/12/2019 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
University of Leeds
Open to doctoral students and early career researchers.
Today, scholars are under huge pressure to write and publish but an ever-growing mountain of teaching, admin and management is stopping them from doing just that. No individual is immune to these growing pressures but some cope better than others. Why? Because over the years, they’ve developed the systems they need to help them write. Whilst no one system is the same – indeed, most are entirely hidden – there are common habits that the most prolific (and least stressed-out) academic writers tend to use.
Our workshops reveal what these hidden systems are and help scholarly writers to develop a personal system that works for them.