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 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 6 - Friday May 10, 2019

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.

This year, we will be holding our Write In sessions on 

Wednesday, November 21st: 7:00-9:00PM
                              &
Wednesday, November 28th: 7:00-9:00PM