In a technologically driven world, the need for effective technical communication is greater than ever. Whether you are majoring in engineering, business, or the sciences, professors and employers alike, place a high value on writing that is clear, concise, persuasive, and accessible to all readers.
The Technical Writing Series is delivered through four consecutive Saturday workshops, each one focusing on key topics that will provide you with the skills necessary to enhance your writing for a variety of purposes.
- Undergraduate students
- Graduate students
- Understand the characteristics of effective technical writing.
- Recognize report vs. essay features.
- Identify common writing and citation problem spots.
- Apply revising and editing strategies.
- Become familiar with the writing expectations in a high tech world.
In person, guided interactive learning with hands on activities.
|Saturday, October 5, 2019||9:00 am - 12:00 pm||3 Hours||CELD Annex, Rm 118|
|Saturday, October 12, 2019||9:00 am - 12:00 pm||3 Hours||CELD Annex, Rm 118|
|Saturday, October 19, 2019||9:00 am - 12:00 pm||3 Hours||CELD Annex, Rm 118|
|Saturday, October 26, 2019||9:00 am - 12:00 pm||3 Hours||CELD Annex, Rm 118|
The course fee is $100 + HST.
David Owen - BA (Hons), MA, TESL
David Owen started his teaching at the University of Windsor in 2001, as a Writing Consultant, an Instructor of Technical Writing for Engineering (85-118), an English Language Instructor (EAP), and TESOL Supervisor and Mentor.
He has also conducted in-class writing seminars for professors, facilitated workshops and tutorials for students, and provided editing services for university faculty. He is committed to supporting students in developing strategies to become competent and autonomous writers.
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and put "Technical Writing Series" as the email subject.