Title: Learning to Write: Writing to Learn – Parts I, II and III
Session one: September 5, 2019; Session 2 is September 12, 2019, Session 3 is September 19, 2019.
1:00 to 2:00 PM in Arizona
The three-session event will cover the structures, style, and formats for scholarly writing. Session one will be on structure. Sessions two and three will contimue to study structure while exploring formatting and style. The emphasis will be on writing for publication, but many principles may be applied to any form of scholarly writing. Examples will include published and emerging works of scholarship. The intent is to illustrate the principles drawn from sources that align with the practitioner research identity that is central to UoP.
Elizabeth Johnston, EdD has been working with the School of Doctoral Studies since 2004. She has been active as a classroom teacher, dissertation chair, and CEITR researcher. Elizabeth is interested in how learning occurs in the online environment and believes UOP remains a pioneer in collaborative, computer based pedagogies.
Note: This is the second of 3 sessions on this topic. You will receive a separate invitation for session 3 scheduled for 9/19.
These 3 sessions on learning to write are open to all faculty, staff, students and alumni and sponsored by the Research Support Group. Please join us.