This workshop is intended for students at later stages of reading and writing about a particular topic. As making arguments is a core function of a literature review, this session will discuss how to develop an argument drawing on the findings of a specific body of research. Participants will learn how to establish criteria by which to set up critiques and how to draw on research evidence to support an argument in a literature review paper, section, or chapter.
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, March 13 at 10:45am to 11:45amVirtual Event