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Giving and Receiving Text Feedback (412)
22 June 2018
|Lang||Workshop language is English|
Dr Christian Wymann
During the writing process, researchers rely on feedback to improve their texts. Feedback from their fellow researchers plays a crucial role: in order to get what they need from their peers, doctoral candidates need to learn the rules of productive feedback. In so doing, they also learn how to provide constructive criticism to others. As a result, they return to their work with renewed motivation and clear ideas for how to continue with their writing. They can use their feedback skills not only when working with their colleagues, but also when counseling students or giving peer-review on journal articles.
The workshop is based on discussions and feedback exercises. Participants may bring their laptops.
University of Fribourg
Date: Friday, 22nd June 2018
Schedule: 9:15 to 17:15
Location: University of Fribourg
Trainer: Dr Christian Wymann is an independent writing consultant (www.myw.schreibcoach.ch). He also works at the University Library in Bern, where he counsels students and researchers. He received his PhD in sociology from Copenhagen Business School and completed a Certificate of Advanced Studies course on writing coaching at the ZHAW. His books on time management for writers and myths about academic writing have been published with Barbara Budrich Publishers and UTB. For the past few years, he has explored academic writing in his blog Mind Your Writing (http://mindyourwriting.wordpress.com).
Participants are eligible for reimbursement of incurred travel expenses by train between the city of their university and the location of the workshop (half-fare card, 2nd class). A reimbursement form will be supplied to all registered participants for this workshop.