Making arguments of different kinds is the core function of many types of academic writing, from writing reading responses to critical commentaries, research papers, andextended texts such as comprehensive examination papers and dissertations. This session will discuss how to develop an argument using your own ideas, identifying themes to support your argument in the academic literature, and drawing on research and other evidence.
Workshops will also be accessible via Zoom. To join any workshop remotely, please follow this link rochester.zoom.us/my/warnerwritingsupport.
Workshops are free and open to all members of the university. Preregistration is not required. For information on free, one-on-one writing consulting, go to: www.warner.rochester.edu/students/academics/writing/.
Saturday, October 26 at 10:45am to 12:15pm
Raymond F. LeChase Hall, 481
500 Wilson Blvd, Rochester, NY 14627