Fast Facts

  • Workshop Date: Wednesday, July 1 or Thursday, July 2
  • Registration Deadline: June 21, 2020
  • Workshop Organizer: Christina Sichtmann, christina.sichtmann@univie.ac.at

Fast Facts

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Who is This Event For?

The workshop is designed for researchers on all levels who want to reflect their own writing process. It aims to make your academic writing more effective and efficient by getting hands-on with some helpful writing tools.

How is This Event Structured?

The focus is on the process of writing rather than the product (i.e. the research). You will get to know some writing methods that you can easily integrate into your daily academic life. We will do many exercises and writing based on a project that you bring to and work on in the workshop. Each session will be limited to only 20 people, so that maximum interaction is possible.

The workshop will run twice, once on July 1 and again on July 2, at different times to accommodate participants in different time zones.

Wednesday, July 1 (Targeting participants from the Americas and Europe/Africa)
Part I: How to find into your writing flow – 3pm-4:30pm UTC (See local time)
Part II: How to deal with literature more efficiently – 5pm-6:30pm UTC (See local time)

Thursday, July 2 (Targeting participants from Asia/Oceania and Europe/Africa)
Part I: How to find into your writing flow – 6am-7:30am UTC (See local time)
Part II: How to deal with literature more efficiently – 8am-9:30am UTC (See local time)

How Can I Register to Participate?

Those interested in taking part ini this event must complete our online registration form by June 21, 2020. Due to the hands-on nature of the activities and demonstrations, this workshop has a limited capacity. Registrants will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis.

Please note: Participants will also need to be registered for the AIB 2020 Annual Meeting with an AIB membership valid through July 9, 2020 in order to take part in this workshop.

Who is This Event For?

The workshop is designed for researchers on all levels who want to reflect their own writing process. It aims to make your academic writing more effective and efficient by getting hands-on with some helpful writing tools.

How is This Event Structured?

The focus is on the process of writing rather than the product (i.e. the research). You will get to know some writing methods that you can easily integrate into your daily academic life. We will do many exercises and writing based on a project that you bring to and work on in the workshop. Each session will be limited to only 20 people, so that maximum interaction is possible.

The workshop will run twice, once on July 1 and again on July 2, at different times to accommodate participants in different time zones.

Wednesday, July 1 (Targeting participants from the Americas and Europe/Africa)
Part I: How to find into your writing flow – 3pm-4:30pm UTC (See local time)
Part II: How to deal with literature more efficiently – 5pm-6:30pm UTC (See local time)

Thursday, July 2 (Targeting participants from Asia/Oceania and Europe/Africa)
Part I: How to find into your writing flow – 6am-7:30am UTC (See local time)
Part II: How to deal with literature more efficiently – 8am-9:30am UTC (See local time)

How Can I Register to Participate?

Those interested in taking part ini this event must complete our online registration form by June 21, 2020. Due to the hands-on nature of the activities and demonstrations, this workshop has a limited capacity. Registrants will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis.

Please note: Participants will also need to be registered for the AIB 2020 Annual Meeting with an AIB membership valid through July 9, 2020 in order to take part in this workshop.