The one-day workshops to help students improve their English manuscripts for presentation and publication. The workshop is organized in collaboration with Graphos, housed within the McGill Writing Centre.
The purpose of the 1-day session is to give students an opportunity to benefit from providing and receiving constructive feedback to revise your work. Issues of grammar may be identified along the way, particularly if they interfere with a reader’s understanding, but the feedback is intended to strengthen the argument and coherence of your manuscript.
The group will be facilitated by a convener who has a PhD from a related discipline and/or experience facilitating peer review groups.
Maximum 6 (minimum 5) students can sign up per workshop. Workshop participants are expected to submit their manuscript (this can be a conference paper, article, chapter of your dissertation, book chapter, or other work in progress) in advance to allow co-participants and the workshop facilitator time to read and review the manuscripts. The workshops are tailored towards both Francophone and Anglophone students.
Students are expected to submit their manuscripts by March 21, 2016 for review.
Any CSDC Master’s student, Doctoral student, or postdoctoral fellow can apply. Registration is mandatory. First come, first serve.
The Centre covers travel expenses and lodging for students from Université Laval.