- Workshop 1 - 24th March 2018
24th March 2018
10:30 am - 5:00 pm
- Workshop 2 - 12th May 2018
12th May 2018
10:30 am - 4:00 pm
Workshop – 12th May
Birmingham City University (details tbc)
In partnership with AMED, the Association for Management Development and Education
Our emergent agenda
AMED and ISBE are pleased to run a pilot programme of writing workshops. Together, we’ll be addressing many common problems and satisfactions that academic (and other) writers experience. Quite apart from research-specific challenges, problems can include fear, procrastination, feelings of isolation, lack of inspiration or motivation, perfectionism, scheduling and prioritising our writing, and our inner critic. Perhaps above all, they relate to identity issues – recognising the importance of writing in our work (academics are writers). Satisfactions include developing writing practices and attitudes that afford us greater confidence, pleasure and traction within our respective disciplines.
You can find information about ISBE’s Early Career Researcher Forum here.
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