One-Day Academic Writing Retreat
Tuesday 23 April 2019 | Central London | 1000-1730
Are you struggling to get started with your academic writing? Or have you hit a block? If so, this intensive one-day writing retreat can help you get back on track and make significant progress with your article or thesis. You get the time and space to focus.
With guidance from an experienced facilitator, you'll set realistic goals and achieve them in a supportive environment. The programme includes warm-up exercises, group discussion, 1-2-1 coaching, and plenty of time to immerse yourself in writing. And you'll receive instruction in advance on how best to prepare for the retreat.
By the end of the retreat, you'll have:
a better understanding of your writing process and habits
strategies for improving your focus
techniques for planning and measuring progress
a peer group
a big chunk of writing!
Lunch and refreshments are provided. You'll need to bring your own laptop and/or writing materials.
About the Facilitator
Catherine Pope is an academic researcher and experienced workshop facilitator. Since completing her PhD in 2014, Catherine has worked with thousands of researchers and writers to help them achieve their goals. She runs workshops and writing retreats at many universities, including Sussex, Birkbeck, Canterbury Christ Church, Portsmouth, and Surrey. Catherine has also published books in her field of Victorian literature and on technology. She divides her time between the 19th and 21st centuries.
Feedback from previous retreats:
10.00 - Welcome, Introductions & Coffee
10.15 - Strategies for Making the Most of the Day
10.30 - Tips and Tricks for Improving Your Academic Writing
11.00 - Intensive Writing & 1-2-1 coaching
13.00 - LUNCH
14.00 - Intensive Writing & 1-2-1 coaching
16.15 - Group Discussion on How to Maintain Your Momentum
16.45 - Final Thoughts
17.00 - Finish
Terms and conditions
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The training is open to: