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Summer Writing Institute Session 1: Developing your Scholarly Voice: How to Paraphrase, Make Claims, and Synthesize the Literature

    

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Stacy Penna

As a scholar, you have the opportunity to make unique contributions to the discourse around topics that matter to you. To do so, you need to grow your scholarly voice. In this interactive webinar, dissertation coach Dr. Desi Richter teaches you how to write in ways that help your voice be heard. Learn how to make claims that are backed by evidence. Discover the power of paraphrasing, and finally, learn how to synthesize (not just summarize) literature that you review. Desi will both model and provide opportunities to practice these three scholarly writing skills. For the digital tools’ demonstration, we will show how Citavi helps you synthesize the literature and how NVivo can assist you in making evidence based claims

Register: https://www.qsrinternational.com/nvivo-qualitative-data-analysis-software/resources/summer-writing-institute#REG


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