This academic workshop is open to registered student participants of ICCE
2018. Please sign up if you wish to attend the academic workshop.
Limited spaces are available. Please check the program of ICCE 2018
before you make your registration to ensure that you will be able to attend the
APSCE Student Wing Workshop: Academic Survival Tips
Tanja Mitrovic, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Fu-Yun Yu, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
APSCE Student Wing Workshop: Academic Writing
Sherry Y. Chen, National Central University, Taiwan
There are often misconceptions on postgraduate studies and what the process entails. For students who are in the midst of pursuing a higher degree (Masters or Doctor of Philosophy), this workshop provides an opportunity for students to share their experiences and learn of ways to cope with expectations and stress. Mentors are invited to provide insights and advice on ways to make meaningful progress during postgraduate studies. As part of students’ postgraduate studies, academic writing plays an important role in getting students to present information in a manner
that displays the student’s understanding of a particular subject or field. Writing to convince readers of their viewpoints and understanding is a significant challenge. Many students encounter similar problems and struggle to identify weaknesses in their academic writing, especially when tasked to write scholarly journal articles. This workshop will aid students who are experiencing difficulties in academic writing and like to know more about good writing habits.
Participants are encouraged to bring their own writing materials or laptops for note-taking and practice during the workshop.