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Academic Project / Thesis Proposal Writing Seminar Online

Presenter: Scott McLaren

Finding your own voice as a new scholar is one of the biggest challenges you will face as a graduate student. Writing a solid research proposal can be a critical step on that journey. Led by Scott McLaren, PhD, from York Libraries, this session will focus on elements that make up a good proposal with particular emphasis on the central role played by the literature review. What makes a good literature review? How it is different from a bibliography? And how can it help you arrive at a workable set of compelling and original arguments that will matter to other scholars in your field? Taking time to explore these and other questions will help you successfully navigate this formative experience in your own development as a scholar.

Date:
Monday, October 18, 2021
Time:
11:00am - 12:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Audience:
  Graduate Students     students  
Categories:
  Research Skills     Research Support  
Online:
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