Academic Skills for Thesis Writers
The Academic Skills Centre offers a series of workshops for Master’s and PhD students ‒ those who are at the thesis proposal stage, through to students whose theses are nearing completion. All workshops are 50-minutes except for “Critical reading and effective note-taking” which is a 2 hour session.
Each session covers a different topic.Topics include:
- Critical reading and effective note-taking
- Thesis structure and planning
- Writing proposals
- Writing a literature review
- Writing a coherent thesis: Key strategies
- Time management
Dates and times
- Thursday, 12 September between 1.00 to 1.50 pm - Proposals, combined qualitative/quantitative session, : passed
The next set of dates for this learning event has not yet been scheduled.
Even if these lectures are fully booked, it is likely there will be space on the day, so feel free to turn up. If you would like to be notified when this lecture is next scheduled, or just find out more, email Judith Coullie.
Writing a Literature Review (PDF handout)
Many other resources can be found at http://www.lps.canterbury.ac.nz/lsc/resources.php
Each year, the Academic Skills Centre, in conjunction with the Postgraduate Office, Library and Careers, hosts two series of workshops for postgraduate students. In 2019, the Autumn GradFest will be in the week beginning 10 June. The Spring GradFest will be in the week beginning 29 October. Topics may include:
- Applying for ethics approval
- Career objectives and planning
- Statistics in your thesis
- Using Turnitin
- Oral presentations
- Publishing research and co-authorship
- Making the most of the supervisory relationship