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Lectures at the Academic Support Centre

Upcoming lectures, spring 2019

All open lectures are held at Genetikhuset, Sölvegatan 29B in Lund. You need to sign up for these lectures in order to be able to participate.

The Thesis Writing Process

15 February, 13:15–16:00, aula 239
Text invention strategies to help you get started with your writing and tips on how to establish a good writing routine.

Effective Reading Strategies 

5 March, 16:1518:00, room 306
Effective reading strategies to help you better understand and remember what you read, including advice for tackling long reading lists and for taking better notes.

Why and how to incorporate sources (voices) in your text

26 April, 09:15–12:00, room 306
Why do you refer to academic literature in your texts? We hope that the answer is not just “because my assignment says I have to”. This in-depth seminar on making decisions about source use in your texts covers topics such as why to cite and when to cite and also includes summarising and paraphrasing practice. We will analyse the function of sources in academic texts, so that you can more effectively and elegantly use sources in your own texts. This will help you to communicate more effectively with the people in your field.

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Contact information

Academic Support Centre
english [dot] support [at] stu [dot] lu [dot] se
+46 (0)46 222 3695

Twitter: @ASCatLU

Visiting address, Lund:
Sölvegatan 29B, Lund
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Visiting address, Helsingborg:
Campus Helsingborg
Room E204B

Lecture slides

You will be able to find the slides from our lectures here after they have taken place

The Thesis Writing Process (PDF 1.44 MB, opens in new window)