Let op, de Online Thesis kick-off van November 2020 wordt gegeven in het Engels.
Online Thesis kick-off: four workshops to get started!
Have you just started your Bachelor or Master’s degree thesis? Register for one or more online workshops during the Thesis kick-off. UU staff are leading four workshops to get your thesis off to a flying start. You’ll get tips on proper thesis design, time management, finding and processing information, working with your thesis supervisor and effective writing. The day is open to all UU students and participation is free.
Who is it for
You’re about to start your (Bachelor or Master’s degree) thesis or you’ve been working on your graduation research for a while. It doesn’t matter what academic programme you’re in.
When and where
The next Thesis Kick-off will take place in November (online)
- Monday November 16, 2020 (English) - online via MS Teams (but you do have to register to get the link)
Registration is now open (see below)
Taught by an Academic Skills teacher, Educational Consultancy & Professional Development.
In this workshop, you will learn what it takes to conduct research effectively and efficiently. It starts with carefully delineating your thesis subject and clearly formulating your thesis question. These are two crucial elements of study design. Add to that a realistic schedule, and you stand a very good chance of writing your thesis with purpose and without delay.
Taught by Anja Bastenhof, subject librarian, University Library.
Your thesis is only ever as good as the sources you use, but where do you start looking for them and how do you know which ones are relevant?
In this workshop, you will develop an effective method of finding and evaluating sources for optimal results. You will also learn how best to manage and reference the literature you choose to use in your study.
Taught by Joy de Jong, coordinator of Skills Lab.
Thesis supervisors are important. They coach you and evaluate your work. How do you make the most of them? In this workshop, we will explore questions like: What can you expect from your supervisor and what do they expect from you? When is it best not to bother your supervisor? We will look at example thesis interviews, discuss the pitfalls in those interviews and share tips on how to avoid them.
In this workshop, you will receive tons of tips on how to plan out your writing in a way that lends it real structure. You will also learn strategies for getting that first draft out quick, so you can refine its structure. During this workshop you will apply these techniques to your own writing.
The Online Thesis kick-off is being organised by:
- teachers from Educational Consultancy & Professional Development (O&T)
- subject librarians from the University Library
- and staff and coaches from Skills Lab
If you have any questions, please contact Skills Lab.
- By phone: 030 253 6300
- By email: email@example.com