If starting to write can be challenging, finishing writing can be no less so. Concluding well is a subtle art, not least because it requires writers to be responsive to the unique needs of the writing task at hand. Whether you are writing a personal essay, a research-based essay, or a more advanced document like a research article or honours thesis, this workshop will introduce you to key rhetorical considerations in the writing of conclusions. Participants will encounter evidence-based theoretical principles for the writing of conclusions, as well as consider authentic examples from both student-written and peer-reviewed texts, which will help them to navigate the nuances of ending a piece of writing well.
A dedicated Q&A concludes the workshop; however, facilitators welcome questions and comments from participants throughout the interactive talk, whenever something sparks your interest.
Workshop Facilitator: Liam Monaghan, Centre for Writing and Scholarly Communication
Date & Time: Wednesday, March 31│10am-12pm PT
Registrants receive the Zoom link 1 day before the workshop.
Questions about this event? Please contact the Centre for Writing and Scholarly Communication: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Wednesday, March 31, 2021
- 10:00am - 12:00pm
- Liam Monaghan