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Writing Community

January 9 at 9:00 am - 11:00 am

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Centre For Scholarly Communication

Tired of solo writing sessions? Craving a supportive environment to fuel your creativity? Look no further than our weekly Writing Community, tailored for the UBC Okanagan community.

Your Projects, Your Progress
Bring your own research and writing projects to the table! The writing community provides dedicated time for you to focus on your individual writing goals. Get ready to boost your productivity and make progress on your writing projects, all within a supportive community environment.

What you’ll Experience:
Each session is dedicated to your independent writing time. You can look forward to writing alongside others who, like you, are independently working on their own writing projects and goals.

Highlights of the Community:

  • Your Time to Write: Join our weekly sessions with your writing and research materials ready, and take full advantage of this opportunity to write without distractions.
  • Write Together: Achieve your individual writing goals alongside other members of the UBCO community.
  • Guided Structure: Participate in the Pomodoro technique, expertly facilitated by the Centre for Scholarly Communication.
  • Inclusivity: From undergraduates to faculty, everyone in the UBCO community is welcome.

You’re invited to be part of this enriching community that builds community and fosters productivity. Register now and come prepared to amplify your writing endeavors. Let’s turn solitary writing into a group effort and make getting things done a community experience.

Sessions are open to all members of the UBCO community, including undergraduate students, graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and faculty.

Register Now

Questions? Email us at csc.ok@ubc.ca


January 9
9:00 am - 11:00 am

Additional Info

Registration/RSVP Required
Yes (see event description)
Event Type
Student Learning
Faculty, Students, Postdoctoral Fellows and Research Associates