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Academic Writing Development Workshops

The Centre For Academic Writing workshops are now live and available for students to book. All sessions are digital and available to all students!

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The Centre for Academic Writing

The Centre for Academic Writing (CAW) academic writing development workshops for this semester are now live and available for booking. These workshops are free, either one- or two-hours and are designed to introduce you to various academic writing topics to help with writing within your assignments. CAW has been helping Coventry University students to improve their academic writing in assignments  since 2004.

To view the range of workshops available for both undergraduate and postgraduate students and book online, visit: CAW Workshop Online Booking

All workshops will be delivered online via Microsoft Teams.

Be quick, spaces are limited to 30 students per workshop.

Workshops such as: (UG: Undergraduate, PG: Post Graduate)

(UG) The Writing Process: General guidelines to improve writing Online
(UG) Reflective Writing
(UG) Academic Writing Style: pitfalls and how to avoid them
(UG) Critical Thinking 1: Descriptive, analytical and evaluative writing
(PG) Critical Thinking 1: Descriptive, analytical and evaluative writing
(PG) Argumentation in Scientific Writing
(UG) Critical Thinking 2: Developing argumentation in academic writing
(PG) The Writing Process: General guidelines to improve writing
(UG) Sentence Construction: Writing Cohesively in your Academic Assignments
(PG) Critical Thinking 2: Developing argumentation in academic writing
(All Levels) Using Sources Effectively: Avoiding Plagiarism in your writing
(PG) Reflective Writing
(PG) Writing a Literature Review
(UG) The Writing Process: General guidelines to improve writing
(UG) Writing a Literature Review
(PG) Writing a Report
(UG) Writing a Report
(PG) Writing Style and Language
(PG) Writing for and delivering Presentations
(UG) Writing for and delivering Presentations
(PG) The Writing Process: General guidelines to improve writing
(All Levels) Using Sources Effectively: Avoiding Plagiarism in your writing
(UG) Writing your Dissertation or Final Year Project
(All Levels) Proof-reading: Strategies too improve the quality of your writing
(All Levels) Proof-reading: Strategies too improve the quality of your writing

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