The seminar considers the various ways in which to improve writing skills, written communication, and academic outputs. It also examines how to shape and structure written material and how to select and arrange content.
Because Te Wānanga o Raukawa aspires to being a tikanga Māori institute it was obvious that a specialised definitive guide to writing conventions and essay writing guide for students needed to be designed. Hence, the creation of He Aratohu Tuhi.
Writing a doctoral dissertation is an exciting challenge, but its very nature can make it, at times, seem like a never-ending task. This presentation offers strategies to deal with potential hurdles such as procrastination and writer’s block, as a way of helping you to get started and remain on track.
Critical information, clues, and approaches you can adopt during the final stages of your thesis. This presentation is must for all students prior to submission and who are wanting to prepare a quality product
As the revitalisation of te reo Māori continues to go from strength to strength, it seems natural for increasing numbers of Māori doctoral students to consider producing their most significant academic work, their PhD thesis, in the language of their tipuna.
Many students find writing an immense challenge. Ideas do not always flow as they should and it is often difficult to get your ideas onto paper in a clear and succinct manner. Dr Lisa Emerson examines these issues and offers advice on how these challenges can be successfully overcome.
This presentation discusses approaches to “Writing the Thesis”. In particular it addresses placing the thesis writing stage within the context of the research process, considers how writing the research proposal impacts on the writing of the thesis, and finally some tips for writing a standard 5 chapter thesis are offered.