To raise participants’ awareness of the characteristics of research writing and to improve their research writing skills.
After successfully completing this course, students should
The course will cover the following areas:
Class time will be divided between presentations by the instructor, guided discussions, and pair and group tasks, including peer feedback on written work.
Participants are asked to submit a 3 page writing sample in English prior to the start of the course. The writing sample should be an unedited work in progress (e.g. part of a paper presentation, scholarly article, dissertation or research proposal) accompanied by a brief description of the intended context, purpose and audience. Participants will be expected to revise and improve their texts based on peer and teacher feedback. Homework will include readings, peer reviews, revision and editing, two reflective assignments, and practical exercises within the topics covered by the course.Submit the sample to Stacey Marie Cozart, email@example.com
Students will receive access to the course site and the pre-course readings and assignments in Blackboard.
PhD students at all levels.
Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, though priority is given to PhD students from the Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University.
Students are required to submit all assignments, participate actively in class discussions and activities, and attend all four sessions to receive 2 ECTS credits for the course.