All entries for Monday 20 February 2006
February 20, 2006
Writing about web page http://go.warwick.ac.uk/wsc/moduleinfo/freechoice/fc3/fc3c-2/
If you would like to take part in this course, please sign up online as soon as possible
This 10-hour course has been designed for the following target audience:
- Learners for whom English is a Second or Foreign Language and who want to learn or develop short story writing skills
- Teachers of English as a Second or Foreign Language who teach or wish to teach short story writing to ESL students in their respective environments
The most significant value of creative writing is the exploration into self which it provides. When we articulate our feelings or ideas about a certain matter on paper, we tend to discipline our minds into orderly thinking about that subject. That is why college and university teachers so frequently assign term papers and other writing projects which call for the discipline of organized thought process. This course, therefore, is intended to help participants approach their written work creatively, methodically and confidently. It is also meant for those who just wish to attend to their long-ignored short story writing itches.
The purpose of this course is NOT to help learners develop grammatical excellence, but content.
All course participants will be expected to participate actively!
For more information and to sign up, visit: http://go.warwick.ac.uk/wsc/moduleinfo/freechoice/fc3/fc3c-2/
Writing about web page http://go.warwick.ac.uk/pgskills
If you would like to attend, please register online.
How to do web publishing at the University of Warwick. This includes a tour of Blogs and e-Portfolios as well as tips for writing for the web. By the end of the session you will have planned a strategy for, and know how to start, web publishing using Warwick tools. run by staff bloggers Rob O'Toole (eLab) and Casey Leaver (Communications Office)
The ability to meet deadlines and work succesfully as part of a team are considered by employers to be essential skills. This is an interactive workshop where you will have the opportunity to participate in group activities and group discussions which allow you to identify and develop the skills necessary for effective teamwork. The benefits which you can gain from team working will be explored and advice given on good time management in relation to teamwork. run by Dr. Ruth Ayres, Centre for Academic Practice
Everything you need to know about taking the big step from a PhD to the world of work. This session will cover career planning, job search, making applications and interview skills run by Dr. Jenny O'Leary, Careers Service