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Dissertation Q&A

Duration: For: Date: Time: 60 mins Live Q&A
Taught Postgraduate students
Tuesday, July 14, 2020
14:00 - 15:00
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Please note: this is not a lecture or seminar. This is an opportunity to ask any writing-specific questions you have about the dissertation. Therefore, you are expected to come prepared with questions; you can ask questions verbally or through the chat function in the session. You also need to have attended, or watched a recorded version of, at least one of the Writing the Dissertation webinars before attending this Q&A session. This is to ensure time is not spent on repeating content from the Writing the Dissertation webinars, but to address specific writing-related questions you have about the dissertation. After booking your place, you will receive two emails: one confirming your place and one nearer the date of the session that will provide you with instructions to access the webinar.

 

Dissertation Q&A

Duration: For: Date: Time: 60 mins Live Q&A
Taught Postgraduate students
Thursday, July 16, 2020
10:30 - 11:30
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Please note: this is not a lecture or seminar. This is an opportunity to ask any writing-specific questions you have about the dissertation. Therefore, you are expected to come prepared with questions; you can ask questions verbally or through the chat function in the session. You also need to have attended, or watched a recorded version of, at least one of the Writing the Dissertation webinars before attending this Q&A session. This is to ensure time is not spent on repeating content from the Writing the Dissertation webinars, but to address specific writing-related questions you have about the dissertation. After booking your place, you will receive two emails: one confirming your place and one nearer the date of the session that will provide you with instructions to access the webinar.

 

Writing the Dissertation: the Results and Discussion

Duration: For: Date: Time: 90 mins Live
Taught Postgraduate students
Wednesday, July 22, 2020
14:00 - 15:30
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This workshop provides guidance on writing the results and discussion chapters, or chapter, for an undergraduate dissertation, or extended project. The session clarifies the difference between the two, before covering the main conventions that characterise these sections, such as using tables and figures. See this page for more workshops in the series. After booking your place, you will receive two emails: one confirming your place and one nearer the date of the session that will provide you with instructions to access the webinar.

 

Dissertation Q&A

Duration: For: Date: Time: 60 mins Live Q&A
Taught Postgraduate students
Tuesday, August 4, 2020
10:30 - 11:30
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Please note: this is not a lecture or seminar. This is an opportunity to ask any writing-specific questions you have about the dissertation. Therefore, you are expected to come prepared with questions; you can ask questions verbally or through the chat function in the session. You also need to have attended, or watched a recorded version of, at least one of the Writing the Dissertation webinars before attending this Q&A session. This is to ensure time is not spent on repeating content from the Writing the Dissertation webinars, but to address specific writing-related questions you have about the dissertation. After booking your place, you will receive two emails: one confirming your place and one nearer the date of the session that will provide you with instructions to access the webinar.

 

Writing the Dissertation: the Introduction and Conclusion

Duration: For: Date: Time: 90 mins Live
Taught Postgraduate students
Tuesday, August 18, 2020
14:00 - 15:30
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This workshop provides guidance on writing the introduction and conclusion of a dissertation, or extended project. Whilst often overlooked, this session emphasises the importance of both the introduction and conclusion and how they should be structured to bookend the whole dissertation. See this page for more workshops in the series. After booking your place, you will receive two emails: one confirming your place and one nearer the date of the session that will provide you with instructions to access the webinar.

 

Dissertation Q&A

Duration: For: Date: Time: 60 mins Live Q&A
Taught Postgraduate students
Thursday, August 20, 2020
14:00 - 15:00
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Please note: this is not a lecture or seminar. This is an opportunity to ask any writing-specific questions you have about the dissertation. Therefore, you are expected to come prepared with questions; you can ask questions verbally or through the chat function in the session. You also need to have attended, or watched a recorded version of, at least one of the Writing the Dissertation webinars before attending this Q&A session. This is to ensure time is not spent on repeating content from the Writing the Dissertation webinars, but to address specific writing-related questions you have about the dissertation. After booking your place, you will receive two emails: one confirming your place and one nearer the date of the session that will provide you with instructions to access the webinar.

 

Writing the Dissertation: the Literature Review

Duration: 90 mins  Recorded Start Training

This workshop provides guidance on structuring and developing a literature review chapter, or section, for a dissertation, or extended project. The session briefly covers the main conventions of a literature review, before focusing on different structural approaches and techniques to help you synthesise literature. See this page for more workshops in the series.. This is a Panopto recording of a Library Skills for Success workshop.

 

Writing the Dissertation: the Introduction and Conclusion

Duration: 90 mins  Recorded Start Training

This workshop provides guidance on writing the introduction and conclusion of a dissertation, or extended project. Whilst often overlooked, this session emphasises the importance of both the introduction and conclusion and how they should be structured to bookend the whole dissertation. See this page for more workshops in the series. This is a Panopto recording of a Library Skills for Success workshop.