Graduate writing video series!
Introducing our new graduate writing video series! In our three-week series, experts from SASS and the Queen’s Library will talk you through simple strategies to develop your ability to write like experienced academics and ease the writing process using the latest software and writing aids. You’ll improve your chances of publication and speed up your time to degree completion.
Our three-part series is due to be released on SASS’ Youtube Channel over three weeks in May:
May 5: Disciplinary toolkit – Dr. Ian Garner explains how you can use style guides and SASS’ tools to understand and imitate the best writers in your discipline. The perfect series for students looking to work on publications this summer.
May 12: Editing tools – SASS’ English as an Additional Language Specialist Alyssa Foerstner shows you how to improve your own editing skills using SASS’ Editing Checklist, making the editing process faster, more effective, and less stressful.
May 19: Citation management and library resources – Librarian Siu Yu discusses using the pros and cons of the latest citation management software, an essential tool for graduate students juggling huge numbers of sources, and how students can access Library support while away from campus. Don’t miss out!
If you’ve watched the videos and want to work with our staff on the strategies described or any other aspect of your writing, appointments are available until the end of July! Book here.