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Virtual Dissertation Day Camp - Half Day Mornings

OPEN TO:
-Graduate Students

Day Camp Overview

Dissertation Day Camp offers a full day of writing and research time. The day begins and ends with goal setting and goal assessment exercises to help frame the day and measure progress. Your goal is to practice the process of writing and research during the designated writing times and to build the habit of regularly assessing your progress and development. Camp availability is subject to change based on the pandemic status.

We will meet via Zoom by 8:30am (note: this time was corrected on 3/10). You will be muted during work sessions or can request a breakout room using the Zoom chat feature

Day Camp Schedule

8:30am - 8:45 am – Goal setting and kick-off

  • You will be placed into a breakout room randomly with an accountability partner
  • Share daily goals and challenges you intend to address with your work
  • Return to main room and share goals

8:45am - 12:15pm – Morning Work Session

Individual or small-group worktime

  • Small online groups may request breakout rooms via chat within Zoom. You will be automatically recalled at lunchtime
  • Self-moderate breaks on your own during this time

12:15pm - Daily wrap up and plan next steps

Reconvene by 12:15pm

  • Virtual breakout rooms will be automatically created with your morning partner
  • Connect with your accountability partner and prepare for the discussion
  • Create a notation for where your work will specifically begin at the time of your next research and writing session

Open to Graduate Students.

Related LibGuide: Graduate Student Thesis & Dissertation and Senior Thesis Camp by Mandy Havert

DATE
Saturday, April 10, 2021
TIME
8:30AM - 12:30PM
PRESENTER
Abigail Jorgensen
CATEGORIES
Research and Writing Camps
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Contact Info

Abigail Jorgensen
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Mandy Havert

Hesburgh Library
151 Hesburgh Library
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556

(574) 631-6189
mhavert@nd.edu