Workshop "Making your path to a literature review easier"
Writing literature review is often considered challenging as it requires the integration of multiple skills. However, splitting this complex task into its essential components could make it much less intimidating. In the workshop, we will brush up on the skills needed for writing a successful literature review such as citation and referencing, summary, paraphrasing, and combining sources. We will also look at the annotated bibliography, which synthesizes most of those skills, in terms of its function, structure, and the way it can serve as a minimal building block for literature review.
Speaker: Elizaveta Tikhomirova is a language instructor, translator, and course designer in ESP, academic writing, and public speaking skills. Her main interests embrace modern pedagogical practices, use of digital tools and edutainment in language teaching, developing STEM students’ soft skills and academic writing.
Target audience: HSE teachers, researchers, and graduate students
Date & Time: April 11, 17:30 - 19:30