|Registration: Wr_03: ONLINE Boost your reading skills for your writing: reading scientific literature efficiently (22., 23. + 25.03. 4 hrs each day) - all|
Time: 22., 23. + 25.03.2021 from 09:00 to 13:00 h each day with flexible time schedules and breaks + 2 hours individual work
The workshop will facilitate you to read faster and understand scientific literature quicker, increase retention, organize your reading process efficiently, stay focused and work with scientific literature more organized for your own papers and theses.
In this reading workshop you will learn efficient techniques that will definitively improve your way of dealing with scientific literature. Dealing with tons of papers will no longer seem to be an overwhelming task. You will know how to select what you need and how to find information fast. You will be able to understand your texts quicker, reading in an active way.
This worskhop is enterily action-oriented. You don’t only learn what to do – you do it.
Objectives of the course:
Content of the course:
Three techniques to increase your reading speed:
Three techniques to read a text actively:
A matrix to take notes on literature for future writing projects:
Three ways to increase retention:
Four methods to sharpen your critical mind:
Methodology: This course is a reading workshop. It is project-based. You will work on your own literature applying different reading techniques. The course alternates individual work, peer work and plenary sessions.
All sessions will be recorded - you will have access to all replays during one month.
Dr. Martha Boeglin studied Philosophy in Strasbourg and Berlin and did her PhD in Philosophy at the University of Strasbourg. Since 2002 she is a trainer for academic writing and an expert writing coach.
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