Thank you for booking on the workshop Writing your thesis effectively I will run  Thursday 15, Friday 16 and Monday 19 June.

Please read this message carefully in order to prepare what you will need.

Remember to watch the video before the course (point 5)!

Please read this message carefully in order to organise yourself. And remember to watch the video (point 5)! 🙂

Kind regards,

Martha Boeglin – my contact for any case: martha.boeglin@gmail.com

1. Classroom

Salle CASSOPIE  – building 351,  rue Jean PERRIN (5-F on the map)

2. Material to prepare

  • Material to write.
  • You can bring your computer, but it is not obligatory. If you bring it, ensure your battery is charged, as there are not many sockets in the room.
  • 3 coloured pen (for example: red, green, blue).
  • If you have a PhD notebook, you can write in it. If you have none, this course is a good opportunity to start one: bring a paper notebook (Size: A4 or A5). You can find information about the PhD notebook here.
  • Make sure you have an Internet connection to download the handouts. You’ll get them at the course start.
  • Bring perhaps something to eat: writing makes hungry!
  • Bring tomething to drink: it will probably be warm!

3. Schedule

The workshop takes place next week.

We will work from 9.00-12.00 and from 1.30-5.00 p.m. We will take a 15 minutes break in the mid morning and in the mid afternoon.

Please be punctual – we start at 9.00!

4. About the course

This workshop ist project-based. During the workshop, you will write on your own thesis project. You don’t only learn what to do – you do it!

There is nothing to prepare.

5. Video to watch before the course start

Watch the video about Internal & extenal languages before course. It contains the only theoretical element of the course. The video lasts about 9 minutes.

6. Course handouts

I will give you the course PDF at the course start.

7. Visit my blog!

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