CRBLM workshop: Planning and Managing a Co-Authored Writing Project
Are you involved in – or thinking of starting – a writing project with multiple authors? Every co-authored, collaborative writing project is different, but all can benefit from planning and foresight. Participate in this workshop and you will come away with the following outcomes:
Please come to this session with a collaborative writing project in mind and a list of current or potential co-authors for that project.
When: Monday, February 8, 10:00AM-11:30AM
Where: Online, with link sent in advance. Registration is required (below).
The workshop will be facilitated by Anastasia Sares, a Postdoc at Concordia. Dr. Sares earned her Ph.D. from McGill University, studying the neural underpinnings of stuttering through behaviour and fMRI. She is now a postdoctoral fellow at the Deroche Laboratory for Hearing and Cognition studying pitch processing in cochlear implant users. Her interests include sensorimotor integration, pitch/harmony perception, timing perception and synchronization, music and language in special populations, and music therapy. Anastasia writes science communication articles for Brainpost and the CRBLM, and is also a singer and a flautist with Chorale Musaïque.