ONLINE & INTERACTIVE: How to read academic texts, peer reviewed articles and books (Humanities and Social Sciences)
For this interactive session you will do your thesis writing/reading in real time, during the session, and engage with the facilitator and participants about what you write, using questions and answers with the facilitator, and by posting thesis text in the Zoom chat
If you have loads of articles to read, and do not know where to start, this is an interactive workshop for you! Any student is welcome, whether you are wanting to learn how to read an academic text, or how to fine tune your academic article reading skills, for departments within the humanities and social science disciplines. The workshop will also teach you how to read and record appropriately so you can know how to avoid plagiarism.
You will also learn to structure a table using the elements of what you have read, to use towards a literature review.
For this workshop you will need to bring along one peer reviewed academic article, text or book of your choice, in electronic or printed format, which you will use during the workshop.
You will achieve critical thinking skills in reading texts, from this workshop.
How to book your seat
Click on the 'Begin Registration' tab below and complete the sections.
Closer to the time, registered participants will be sent a link to the online workshop via e-mail. Please be sure to check your e-mail address with which you registered to receive these details, along with other important information.
- Wednesday, October 6, 2021
- 2:00pm - 5:00pm
- Bastienne Klein (academic mentor)