The ThinkWrite model and our document-related strategies help researchers boost key writing and communication skills:
Individual Researchers develop personal writing skills
- Researcher Development teams embed the courses in their programs
We recognise that people like to learn in different ways, so our:
BiteSize courses let you learn when you want, where you want
Zoom Masterclasses encourage interaction with the trainer and other participants
Face-to-face workshops use the power of a gathered group to inspire and encourage
- Writing Progress Days give a low-cost, semi-structured framework that lets writers meet, set personal goals, share useful tips... and make progress
We recognise that most academic careers depend on individuals being able to write documents that get approved by their peers. The task is daunting and many researchers, young and experienced, get nervous when writing.
ThinkWrite's strategic approach helps individuals and teams gain confidence in what they are writing, at the same time as reducing the time they spend creating clear documents.
+150 universities/departments supported
+2,000 workshops delivered
+35,000 participants enabled
+20 years of experience
Our most common feedback is:
‘I wish I knew this ages ago - why did no one show me this before’.
Quality Papers 10 steps to getting published in your target journal
Eye-catching Conference Posters Building posters that help you engage
My Thesis in 10 Steps Scoping and strategy that helps you submit on time.
Targeted Grants A strategic approach for seeking research funding
Speaking with confidence On-you-feet practice... with encouragement
Peer Review with Purpose Enabling your expertise to add value
‘The methodology I've learned today is amazing!’
PhD researcher after attending a Quality Papers masterclass.
‘Fantastic strategy and approach to winning grants!’
Postdoctoral researcher: after using the Targeted Grants bitesize course.
To make the courses as accessible as possible, you can choose between Zoom-led Masterclasses, self-led Bitesize courses or traditional face-to-face Workshops.
In addition, there is the option of providing access to online Writing Progress Days, in which we lead a writing retreat hosted in the participants' homes!
‘For and online course, it was very engaging. One of the best I've done!’
Advanced Practitioner: after completing the 'Eye-catching Posters bitesize course.
Writing Progress Day: Thurs 28/04/2023 (09:00-16:00 BST)Course
This Zoom-led session creates a framework for you to discuss where you are at with a writing project, We all set personal goals for the day and then aim to make progress... meeting up at agreed intervals through the day to - check-in.