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Did you know that you can write your thesis in a variety of word processing programs? Many people use MS Word as a default writing tool, when there are other, more fit-for-purpose programs out there. One of the alternatives is Scrivener, a writing and drafting tool written by a PhD student while he was procrastinating. The student never finished his PhD – but he did give Scrivener to the world!
Scrivener is purpose built for thesis writing and enables you to organise and track your progress in a number of ways. In this short session, Dr Inger Mewburn will demonstrate how she uses Scrivener to plan and write for a range of purposes: journals, blogging and novel writing. While there is not enough time in this session to teach you everything about Scrivener and how to use it, you will see enough to know if it's something you wish to explore further for yourself.
This session will be both face-to-face and online. Please indicate your preference on registration.
Those attending online will need to enter the class via this link on event day. Please test your computer settings in advance of the event.
Presented by Dr Inger Mewburn (aka the Thesis Whisperer)
Enquiries: E firstname.lastname@example.org T 6125 7555
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