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Phillipa Weeks Staff Library

ANU College of Law, Room 7.4.1, Level 4, Building 7

5 Fellows Road

Acton, ACT 2601

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Part of the ANU College of Law's 2020 HDR Training Program, presented by ANU Academic Skills

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All workshops will be held in the Phillipa Weeks Library, ANU Law School, on the last Friday of the month from 11am (immediately preceding the HDR Lunch). Remote access via Zoom is available for those who cannot attend in person.

Is there a clear sense of ‘you’ as the author in your writing? Learn how you can become a strong advocate of your own work and lead readers towards your intended meanings using a range of strategies. Understand how disciplinary-specific conventions can affect how you engage with others’ work, structure writing and integrate evidence. This session draws on examples from your areas to develop your toolkit for stylish and persuasive writing. We drill down into the nuts and bolts of academic writing including what makes a clear sentence, how to explain the connections between ideas, what will entice your readers, and what the dos and don’ts of academic writing are. Come along to the workshop to challenge or affirm your own views about what constitutes ‘stylish academic writing.’

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Phillipa Weeks Staff Library

ANU College of Law, Room 7.4.1, Level 4, Building 7

5 Fellows Road

Acton, ACT 2601

Australia

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