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Øya: This week in the library – academic writing

By on 25. February 2019 in Academic writing, studies, UBedu with 0 Comments
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If you are ready to get things done – come to the library this week! We host lectures on writing a master thesis, time management and study techniques. In addition, we offer guidance and structured writing sessions for students and staff at campus Øya.

Tuesday 26 February we are warming up with Skrivepress – structured sessions for writing. Come and write on you thesis, article, application – or whatever you are working on. Bring your laptop and meet up in KG32 at 9am. Free coffee and tea! 

If you have registered you may take part in our new Mini-course in academic writing for PhD students and researchers from 9-15 in KS21. [This course is now full.]

Illustration with stars on a dark blue background and the title and time for the Writers EveningThursday 28 February it’s all about the Writers Evening, from 2-6pm. This event kicks off with the popular lecture on ‘How to write a master thesis’ by Menno Witter. The lecture is followed by guidance in literature searching, reference management and more in Søkestua (two sessions), s structured writing session in the library (Skrivepress), as well as a lecture on study technique and motivation by NTNU Career.

Programme for the Writers Evening – with details on time and location. No registration needed, but limited seats available for lectures.

Illustration for course with title logo and planner If you are still ready for more input, we host a course on time management by Sit Råd on Friday 1 March (in Norwegian). Be sure to sign up for this event.

 

Skrivepress and Søkestua – every week in the library
As a university library we aim to encourage and support good routines for study and research. Join our weekly writing sessions with Skrivepress on Tuesdays 9-11am in KG32, and pop by Søkestua on Thursdays 14-15 in KS21 to get help from the library. No registration needed.
NB: Please don’t be late for Skrivepress – we start writing sessions at 9.15 sharp.

Ask us
Remember, you can always ask our friendly and skilled library personnel at the desk on Floor 2, or send us an email on post@bmh.ntnu.no.

If we can’t answer your question we will point you in the right direction!

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