This three-hour workshop is designed to help academics and Ph.D. students, especially non-native English speakers, on how to write an effective academic literature review.
We will focus on:
- the best approach to writing a review
- specific language commonly used
- ways to avoid plagiarism
- other elements of good academic writing style
This three-hour seminar (2 x 90 minutes with a 15 minutes break between) is designed for academics and Ph.D. students, especially non-native English speakers. The programme will be run as closed online seminar in the platform ZOOM.
Jason Hwang, B.Sc., BA, M.Ed.
Jason holds an MA in Education (Applied Linguists- 2014), the Cambridge Delta (2010), and a TEFL certificate (2005). He also obtained degrees in Biochemistry/Cell Biology and Theatre from the University of California, San Diego. He has taught at the Universities of Sheffield, Bristol, Edinburgh, CLASS, SUCHDOL, the Technical University of Liberec, and the Universidad del Desarrollo in Chile, amongst others.
FORM: Distance / ZOOM (link will be sent)
The programme has already run.
Participation in the program is free of charge.
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