Effective Academic Writing: Individual Tutorials
The Graduate School is host to UCL's Royal Literary Fund Fellows, professional authors who offer free one-to-one tutorials during term time in effective academic writing to all students at UCL.
The principal aim of the Fellows' work is to foster good writing practice across all disciplines, helping students to write clearly and effectively.
Your time with a Fellow will focus on an early draft of your writing or just a section of that draft, or notes on a title. During the course of the consultation you can seek the Fellow's advice on structuring and planning your research and writing, writing clearly and effectively, and any other concerns you may have about your written work. The Fellows do not advise on content or teach English as a second language. Samples of written work may be dropped off at the Fellows' office or emailed ahead of a booked session.
You can find details of the current Fellows below. You need to email them directly to book an appointment. Please be aware that you can only book tutorials with one Fellow.
Please select the Fellow below for further information and details of how to book your individual tutorial:
RLF Fellows are based in: UCL Graduate School Training Suite, Seminar Room (B.02), 66-72 Gower Street (Map)
These tutorials are offered during term time only and will resume in September 2014.
Once you have attended a tutorial, you can log your points in your training log in the box at the bottom of this page.
Researcher Development Framework CategoriesA1) Knowledge base
Course Recommended for
This course is particularly relevant to the following groups:
- 1st Year Research Students
- 2nd Year Research Students
- 3rd Year Research Students
- 4th Year Research Students
- Master's Students
- Administrator - Ms Kasia Bronk - (Organisational & Staff Development)
Further Web Resources
- Royal Literary Fund Writing Guides: http://www.rlf.org.uk/fellowshipscheme/writing/index.cfm
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