2020 was a difficult year for progress, and grad students working on theses and dissertations were among those hit hardest. That’s why QuillBot and I are partnering with universities around the world to offer free workshops and resources to help students get their writing and research back on track in the new year.
Student participants will produce writing and planning deliverables during the workshop, while learning how to work through common problems like procrastination and writer’s block.
Who should attend: Graduate students, especially English language learners, who are starting or stuck on their writing and research journeys.
What the workshop will include: Short information sessions will be punctuated with both Q&A and group writing sessions, so students can plan on not only learning, but also getting some solid writing time in during the workshop.What will be covered:
What to do next: If your website, university, writing center, or library homepage would like to link to this event for your students, you may use this URL: QuillBot.com/workshop. For more information or to submit a question for the Q&A sessions, email Emily.Perry@QuillBot.com
Participation is on a first come, first served basis and limited to 200 participants.