Divinity School Series: Honing Your Academic Writing Skills 2 of 4
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Have you come to Yale Divinity School after taking a break from academia? Is one of your goals this year to improve your academic writing? If so, we invite you to start the semester strong by attending the GWL’s four-part series for Divinity School students on Honing Your Academic Writing Skills. The series will feature sessions on the following key skillsets:(1) Critically reading scholarly works and effectively taking notes;(2) Synthesizing your scholarly research;(3) Building your argument; and.(4) Attribution in Academic Writing.
Dates: Tues., September 20, 27, October 4, October 11. Time: 4:00-5:30pm. .
Location: Divinity School, Room S200 Sept. 20 & 27/ N123 Oct. 4 & 11
Part 1: (Sept. 20) Critical Reading and Interactive Note-taking Strategies. . Part 2: (Sept. 27) Literature Synthesis. . Part 3 (Oct. 4): Building Your Argument. . Part 4 (Oct. 11): Attribution in Academic Writing.
Intended Audience: Divinity School Students, students in the Humanities.