”Writing by the Hill” 18−20 November 2020, Rovaniemi
An Article Workshop for Doctoral Researchers organised by the FinEd Network
The Finnish Multidisciplinary Doctoral Training Network on Educational Sciences (FinEd) organises an article workshop for the doctoral researchers of its member units on 18−20 November 2020, in Rovaniemi. The aim of the workshop is to offer additional support and guidance for doctoral researchers’ academic writing and publishing process. Furthermore, the FinEd Network wants to enhance networking among the junior and senior researchers in Finland.
During the workshop article drafts are discussed in small groups led by the mentors of the FinEd Network. Participants receive comments on their articles from their peers and the mentors. The workshop also includes lectures on an academic writing process and an international publishing process. The language of the workshop is English, but the articles can also be in Finnish.
The participants of the workshop are required to commit themselves to the article writing process and to reading and commenting on the article drafts of the other participants, as well as taking part of the workshop in Rovaniemi. The maximum number of participants will be 24 doctoral researchers. The travel (in Finland) accommodation (two nights in a double room) costs of the seminar and the meals are covered by the FinEd. The workshop venue will be that is located next to the Ounasvaara hill in the Royal Reindeers (Ounasvaaran majat) http://www.royalreindeer.com/fi
Accommodation: Lapland Hotel Sky Ounasvaara. Note! If you want accommodation in a single room, the extra cost is 44 € / night.
2 October: Deadline for applications (abstract) Registration* HERE
9 October: Notices of acceptance for the participants
30 October: Submit your article draft for the workshop. Please note that your article does not have to be finished!
18−20 November: Article workshop in Rovaniemi
* After registration you will get more information about the next steps (All abstracts will be returned to the Moodle)
Preliminary programme 18–20 November
Wednesday, 18 November Arrival day Optional: 19:00–20:00 Welcome reception, Ounasvaara Sky Hotel Thursday, 19 November Place: Royal Reindeers (Ounasvaaran majat) 09:00 – 9:30 Welcome to the workshop Prof. Heli Ruokamo & Dr. Marjaana Kangas, University of Lapland 09:30 – 11:00 Lecture: Academic writing process Prof. Kai Hakkarainen & Prof. Pirita Seitamaa-Hakkarainen, University of Helsinki 11:00 – 11:30 Discussion and reflection 11:30 - 12:30 Lunch 12:30 – 14:00 Parallel Workshops 14:00 – 14:30 Coffee break 14:30 – 16:00 Parallel Workshops 16:00 -18:00 Break 18:00 Get-together & Video lecture: Prof. Päivi Atjonen, University of Eastern Finland 18:30 – 21:00 Buffet dinner Friday, 20 November Place: Royal Reindeers (Ounasvaaran majat) 9:00 – 9:30 Lecture: “Getting it out there” – pondering on the experiences of a journal “gatekeeper” Prof. Yngve Nordkvelle, Inland Norway University College of Applied Sciences 9:30 –11:00 Writing workshop 11:00 – 12:00 Closing lunch Transportation to the city centre.
Who can apply?
A doctoral researcher who
- is conducting her/his studies in the member unit of the FinEd Network (http://www.fined.fi/en/member-units/),
- is writing a scientific article connected with her/his doctoral study (but the article does not have to be a part of the dissertation) and is planning to submit it in 2020–2021
- is the first writer of the article in question, and has a consent of the other writers to participate in the workshop,
- has a recommendation from her/his supervisor,
- is able to commit to the writing process and the workshop during in autumn 2020.
Marjaana Kangas, email@example.com
For additional information about travelling, please contact:
Tel. +358 (0)40 484 4462 and +358 (0)40 515 6544
Further information on the FinEd Network: http://www.fined.fi/en/fined-2/
Writing by the Lake 9−10 May 2019, Tampere
In May 2019, the FinEd network organized an article workshop for doctoral researchers of the member units. The purpose of the article workshop was to provide additional support and feedback to the doctoral researchers who are in the middle of writing a scientific article. The workshop also included a lecture by Professor Satu Uusiautti on the academic publication process and a lecture by Associate Professor Zsuzsa Millei on scientific writing. In addition, the workshop was an opportunity to get peer support and network with other researchers.
Thanks to all workshop participants!