How it works: writers (graduate students and others) register by email, show up at 9:00 a.m. in Killam B400, and tell the group what they will do that day. Writers return at 4:00 p.m. and tell the group what they accomplished.
Special feature this year: on Tuesday and Wednesday a.m., we will use the Pomodoro technique (writing in 25-minute spurts in the same room as other writers) to see if that gets you writing. If you would rather continue to write in your own space, that’s fine. Thursday a.m. will be an opportunity to peer edit and ask questions.
Please note: Writing Week is open to all Dalhousie students (or faculty or staff if they want to) who need to get a document written.
Monday: Day of planning and writing on your own
Tuesday & Wednesday: Writing using the Pomodoro technique in the morning; in the afternoon, writing on your own
Thursday: Peer editing and Q&A in the morning; in the afternoon, writing on your own
Friday morning: Continuation of the writing on your own & planning
For more information and to register email the Writing Centre at email@example.com