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Writing-Process Strategies Workshop 4: Editing

March 19 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

This workshop series is premised on a simple idea: many writing challenges at the graduate level are the result of underdeveloped writing-process skills. To address this competency gap, each workshop in this series will focus on one distinct stage of the writing process—pre-writing, drafting, revising, and editing—and share strategies you can use to build knowledge and capacities around your current writing context.

Workshop 4: Editing. Editing is the stage that should truly come last in your writing process. Editing involves checking for consistency of vocabulary and style, fine-tuning for flow and correctness, and all the other polishing that happens just before you share with your readers. Key to this stage is ensuring that you don’t get tied up in polishing too soon in your writing process.

Find out more about the Writing-Process Strategies Workshop Series at the FASE Graduate Writing Community Quercus hub.

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