This course will give you invaluable lessons from two experienced ex-BBC journalists about how to make the case for your research to the general public through the media.You will learn what makes a good story in media terms and how to handle the tensions between academic and journalistic methods.
Do you need a better way to manage your thesis? In this interactive webinar, you’ll learn all about Scrivener, a tool specifically designed for managing large writing projects. It helps you break down your work into more manageable chunks, track changes, and monitor progress.
Often described as a Second Brain, Evernote is a repository where you can store just about anything in digital format. In this interactive webinar, you’ll see all the main features of Evernote and learn how they can help you with your research project.
Writing time is precious. This workshop is an opportunity to review our own writing habits; to explore and practise writerly techniques that can help use precious writing time more efficiently and to set up realistic and imaginative daily routines.