GCAC has moved online! Workshops, courses, and writing support

In keeping with the extraordinary circumstances with which we are all currently coping, the School of Graduate Studies’ Graduate Centre for Academic Communication (GCAC) has moved online; while the venue may have changed, one thing that won’t is our commitment to providing support to U of T grad students.  Join us in our virtual classrooms as we offer guidance on how to improve your academic writing and speaking skills!  Below you’ll find information on what we’ll be offering in May. 

Workshops

Join us for sessions that target specific aspects of academic communication. Just click the titles below for workshop descriptions and registration details. Once you register, you’ll receive a link to view a recorded workshop. Keep checking our website. for updates as we will be adding more workshops in May! Below is a list of currently available prerecorded workshops:

Becoming a Productive Writer with Dr. Rachael Cayley
Quoting and Paraphrasing: Working with Sources in the Social Sciences and Humanities with Dr. Peter Grav
The Craft of Revision with Dr. Rachael Cayley
Citation and Working with Sources in the Physical and Life Sciences with Dr. Peter Grav

GCAC Writing Centre

The GCAC Writing Centre is now offering online individualized one-on-one synchronous writing support through appointments booked though our website. During these appointments, you’ll meet with a writing consultant, who will work with you using audio/video, chat and a document-sharing whiteboard area. Full details on how to book an appointment are on our website.

Something new to help you with your writing: #GCACwrites

During this time of physical isolation, GCAC would like you to come and write with us! We’ll be having two Twitter Write Along sessions each week: Mondays, 2:00-4:00 and Thursdays, 10:00-12:00. Please feel free to join @UofTGCAC by using the hashtag #GCACWrites. These sessions will be hosted by Rachael Cayley, who will also be available to answer your writing questions. All you need to do is join us on Twitter with the hashtag. We’ll find out who is joining us and we’ll set our writing goals before writing for two hours, in 30 minute blocks. Once our two hours are up, Rachael will be happy to answer any questions about graduate writing. 

Up to date information about what’s on at GCAC can always be found on our website

Keep on top of all GCAC news and announcements by following us on Twitter: @UofTGCAC

Get weekly updates on all GCAC workshops and courses by subscribing to our listserv

Stay healthy, safe and positive!


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