Necessary Academic Writing Skills in Thesis and Research

ECTS and Mapping Course Learning Outcome
February 14, 2022
Hybrid International Workshop on Trends and Challenges in Sales Management
February 6, 2022

Faculty: Faculty of Engineering
Department: Civil Engineering
Type of the workshop: National workshop

The workshop in brief: The purpose of this workshop was to gather experts and academicians to explain the recent progress in the academia and help academicians and students manage the challenge of preparing their research content and thesis contents in English. The workshop covered the following topics: Introducing new tools in the research and thesis preparation, developing general outline, Interpreting research results, Presenting conclusions, Constructing an effective introduction, Improving the language and style, Preparing abstracts.

Participants: 32 Academicians and Students

Date and time: November.03.2021
Place: Tishk International University Sulaimani

First Session

10:35 – 10:40 Welcoming Speech

10:40 – 11:20 First Speech and discussion by Mr.Ilham Ibrahim

11:20 – 11:30 Question and Answer

11:30 – 11:40 Coffee Break

Second Session

11:40 – 12:45 Welcoming Speech and a brief about the session

11:45– 12:30 Second Speech by Mr. Mohammed Arif

12:30 – 12:30 Concluding Remark and Question and Answer

Presenters & Organizers certificate distribution

12:40-13:30 Lunch Period

13:30 End of the workshop

Presenters names and affiliations:

· Ilham Ibrahim Mohammed – Tishk International University -Civil Engineering department

· Mohammed Arif- Sulaimani University- Civil Engineering Department

Outcome of the workshop:

Introducing tools and methods effectively in content preparations.

Become familiar with core components of a thesis.

Articulate these components in relation to the projects and thesis.

Engage in critical evaluation of each of these elements in relation to the thesis and research of the participants.

Learning of how to justify choice of particular methodological approaches, and selection of texts.

Learn to identify differences between description, analysis and argument in Humanities writing.