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Academic Writing Programme: What does it mean to be a 'Prolific Writer'

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Resource Description:

This presentation forms part of an academic writing workshop on writing journal articles and how to be a prolific writer. This section is a discussion of the key questions of what it means to be a prolific writer. What do we mean by the term? How do you balance quantity and quality in publications? What are your aims for publication output?

The video running time is 16 minutes.


Further Details:

The powerpoint presentation file for this workshop (Powerpoint Presentation).

Further video's from this and other Academic Writing Programme workshops can be found in the Resource Bank

Source/Funding: The workshop was led by Rochelle Sibley from the Warwick Writing Programme

Date: February 2013

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