Professional Development

APEX Workshop: Persuasive Writing

April 25, 2016
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Want to learn to write convincing, effective proposals that get results?

In this workshop participants will learn how proposal writing differs from other types of graduate writing. 

Persuasive Writing

  • Date: April 28, 2016
  • Time:  4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
  • Location: Burnaby, Bennett Library Room 7200

Join Lisa Poole and Megan Robertson from the Student Learning Commons as they review some of the basic elements of proposal writing and how to make a persuasive argument to your readers. Facilitators will help you think about:

  • Your audience and the needs of your audience
  • The critical messages that you want to convey
  • Finding an engaging hook

This workshop is focused on proposal writing and will not cover granting award guidelines. Participants should  bring their in-progress proposals and any other supporting material they would like to work on.

Register using myInvolvement

This workshop is part of the Knowledge Translation Series.  Click here to find out about other workshops in the series. 

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