Research and external funding workshop: Academic Writing for Beginners

ISR & the Business School present:

Academic Writing for Beginners

Wednesday 30 October 2019, 13:15-15:15

Delivered by Prof Jo Crotty, Director: ISR

Adapted from the work of Professor Rowena Murray, this session will take an honest look at the key blockages and difficulties academics face when writing – and look at different tips and techniques that can be employed to become a successful academic writer. This session is particularly targeted at new academics/ECRs, but also to those who are interested in learning new approaches to academic writing.

Please visit My View to book a place or contact Danny Harkness

The Institute for Social Responsibility

Edge Hill University’s cross-disciplinary research and knowledge exchange initiative. Established in 2013, as the Institute for Public Policy and Professional Practice, the Institute’s remit has grown to critically examine broad conceptualisations of social responsibility across the social sciences, arts and humanities. The Institute is committed to exploring the opportunities for cross sector collaboration and co-operation and to draw on the experience of practitioners as well as academic researchers to inform new ways of working and learning.

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