Seminars & Events


The following free seminars are open to all Dalhousie and Kingʼs students. Select a seminar and just come to room 2616 on the second floor of the Killam Library. All seminars run from 5–6pm.

Seminars for 2017–18

MAY

Session 1: Academic Integrity Principles Wed., May 16 5–6pm
Session 2: Using Cited Material Thurs., May 17 5–6pm
     

JUNE

Session 1: Academic Integrity Principles Tues., June 5 5–6pm
Session 2: Using Cited Material Wed., June 6 5–6pm

Seminars for 2018–19

SEPTEMBER

Session 1: Academic Integrity Principles
Tues., September 18 5–6pm
Session 2: Using Cited MateriaL Wed., September 19 5–6pm
     

OCTOBER

Session 1: Academic Integrity Principles Wed., October 10 5–6pm
Session 2: Using Cited Material Thurs., October 11 5–6pm
     

NOVEMBER

Session 1: Academic Integrity Principles Tues., November 20 5–6pm
Session 2: Using Cited Material Wed., November 21 5–6pm
     

DECEMBER

     

JANUARY

Session 1: Academic Integrity Principles Wed., January 16 5–6pm
Session 2: Using Cited Material Thurs., January 17 5–6pm
     

FEBRUARY

Session 1: Academic Integrity Principles Tues., February 12 5–6pm
Session 2: Using Cited Material Wed., February 13 5–6pm
     

MARCH

Session 1: Academic Integrity Principles Wed., March 20 5–6pm
Session 2: Using Cited Material Thurs., March 21 5–6pm
     

APRIL

Session 1: Academic Integrity Principles Wed., April 10 5–6pm
Session 2: Using Cited Material Thurs., April 11 5–6pm
     

MAY

Session 1: Academic Integrity Principles Tues., May 14 5–6pm
Session 2: Using Cited Material Wed., May 15 5–6pm
     

JUNE

Session 1: Academic Integrity Principles Wed., June 5 5–6pm
Session 2: Using Cited Material Thurs., June 6 5–6pm

 

Academic Integrity Module

The Writing Centre Academic Integrity Module is completed online with registration needed. You can self-register from the Writing Centre website, but you may find it easier to have somebody register you. One additional follow-up session is recommended. Please contact Janice Eddington at janice.eddington@dal.ca for registration into the Module and for the follow-up session.

 

Writing Week for Graduate Students

Monday May 7 - Friday May 11, 2018

Register, show up each morning, go off to write, and then meet briefly at the end of the day to give a one-minute progress report. The pressure of the end-of-day report is often enough to propel students to write with a little more commitment. Sound interesting? Learn more about Writing Week for Graduate Students.

 

Write In

At peak periods of demand the Writing Centre opens on Wednesday evenings for drop-ins. Students are welcome to come for brief consultations once or several times during the evening.

Our November 2017 drop-ins were part of the International Write-ins under the International Writing Center Association. Dalhousie was the only Canadian university of 111 that took part.