ASKS Workshop Series

Academic Skills Services provides free and confidential learning support, in English, for all students at LUSEM. As a part of this learning support, we offer our students a series of worskhops for the whole academic year. Sign-up for all workshops will be available soon, and a Zoom link will be posted here at least 3 days beforehand.

NOTICE: For the time being, consultations, workshops and lectures are being conducted digitally. If you need academic assistance, please contact ASKS via the appointmnent request form, or email us using the links below.

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Workshop 1a: Prewriting Techniques

Monday 25th January, 14.00-15.30

In this workshop, we will explore the concept of prewriting and what it entails, including how to generate ideas, formulate a research question and organise your content.

Workshop 1b: Prewriting Techniques (repeat)

Wednesday 3rd February, 16.00-17.30

In this workshop, we will explore the concept of prewriting and what it entails, including how to generate ideas, formulate a research question and organise your content.

 

Workshop 2a: Critical Writing

Monday 15th February, 14.00-15.30

Learn how to write critically, analysing the sources you are using in order to create a well-argued text. 

Workshop 2b: Critical Writing (repeat)

Wednesday 3rd March, 10.00-11.30

Learn how to write critically, analysing the sources you are using in order to create a well-argued text.

 

Workshop 3a: Writing Paragraphs

Tuesday 23rd February, 14.00-15.30

Learn how and when to use paragraphs, what makes a good topic sentence and how to use different cohesive devices to ensure your text flows smoothly without becoming repetitive.

Workshop 3b: Writing Paragraphs (repeat)

Thursday 18th March, 10.00-11.30

Learn how and when to use paragraphs, what makes a good topic sentence and how to use different cohesive devices to ensure your text flows smoothly without becoming repetitive.

 

Workshop 4a: Structuring a Text

Monday 22nd March, 14.00-15.30

Learn how to arrange your ideas when writing an assignment, how to create an effective introduction and conclusion, and how to ensure coherence throughout your text.

Workshop 4b: Structuring a Text (repeat)

Thursday 8th April, 10.00-11.30

Learn how to arrange your ideas when writing an assignment, how to create an effective introduction and conclusion, and how to ensure coherence throughout your text.

 

Workshop 5a: Finding the Thread

Monday 19th April, 14.00-15.30

Bring along a piece of your writing (preferably a literature review) and learn how to judge if you have a logically-ordered text that flows well.

Workshop 5b: Finding the Thread (repeat)

Thursday 22nd April, 10.00-11.30

Bring along a piece of your writing (preferably a literature review) and learn how to judge if you have a logically-ordered text that flows well.

 

Workshop 6a: Referencing Clinic

Tuesday 27th of April, 14.00-15.30

This workshop provides an opportunity to resolve your referencing problems.

Workshop 6b: Referencing Clinic (repeat)

Tuesday 4th May, 10.00-11.30

This workshop provides an opportunity to resolve your referencing problems.

Canvas

Click here to enrol in ASKS on Canvas to access resources and make a booking for an individual or group consultation.

Please note

  • Some of the workshops have been doubled to accommodate the numbers of students applying; they are NOT two-part workshops.
  • If you are unable to attend, please contact garo.harwood@ehl.lu.se as soon as possible.

To arrange workshops for specific needs and groups, please contact Academic Skills Services.

Academic Skills Services

Julienne Stewart-Sandgren
Director of Learning and Teaching
julienne.stewart-sandgren@ehl.lu.se
Room EC1: 316

Garo Harwood
Educational Developer
garo.harwood@ehl.lu.se
Room EC1: 317

Last published: 2021-01-15