Manchester 27 January 2011 13.30-16.30
This regional half-day course will teach you how to maximise your writing output and how to overcome common obstacles that reduce your writing productivity by:
- setting a goal and guaranteeing you achieve it
- producing double the number of words compared to your usual output
- get more written in two hours a day than in eight
- dealing with writer’s block and procrastination
- not obsessing over the quality of writing
- not letting distractions get in the way of your writing
- not thinking your writing or research is good enough
- working well with your supervisor/line manager to improve your writing
- actually finishing your research on the date you set!
Who is it for? Postgraduate researchers who are in the writing intensive phase of their thesis Research staff who wish to increase their writing productivity
Please note this course is free and available to researchers from the following universities: Liverpool John Moores University; Manchester Metropolitan University; University of Bolton; University of Manchester.
For more details and to book your place on this course, visit http://www.vitae.ac.uk/nwhub