Reading Efficiently and Effectively

Medical Sciences Building 1 King's College Circle, Room 4171, Toronto

Workshop taught by Dr. Sara Osenton All graduate students have the challenge of dealing with large volumes of reading material. In this workshop, we will examine strategies for identifying your research and reading goals to help you effectively and efficiently make the most of your readings. We will discuss how to scan and skim text […]

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Making the Most of Oral Presentations

Medical Sciences Building 1 King's College Circle, Room 4171, Toronto

Workshop taught by Dr. Peter Grav Whether you are preparing for a graduate seminar, an academic conference, a job talk or a thesis defence, this workshop is designed to help you improve your oral presentation skills. Topics discussed will include overcoming nervousness, designing effective visual support and handling questions.

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Five Principles to Improve Your Academic Writing

Medical Sciences Building 1 King's College Circle, Room 4171, Toronto

Workshop taught by Dr. Peter Grav If you've ever worried that your ideas aren't flowing together on paper, that your reader might not be getting your message the way that you intended or that your prose style isn't dynamic enough, this workshop is designed for you. In it, we will examine five principles which can […]

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