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Long Night of Writing

Studentin lernt in der Bibliothek der FH Potsdam

Register now for the event on 18th of April!

The Student Counselling Service and the University Library are once again organising a "Long Night of Writing". The event is aimed at all students at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam who are currently planning a writing project for their degree programme or are already writing an academic paper.

Over the course of six hours, participants can get helpful tips on how to tackle their writing project. For example, this time the programme includes: "Don't be afraid of the blank page", "Data management - effectively through your studies", "Citing - why and how" and time management. There will also be a short keynote speech on technical tips and tricks. There will also be plenty of time for concentrated writing or the opportunity to network. It's often better to write with like-minded people.

The location could not be more suitable: the university library in the main building on the campus of the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam. This means that students can borrow the right literature for their writing project straight away. Support with research is also available in individual consultations. Under the Slogan "Writing can be done differently", students can take advantage of a 20-minute writing support session to help them get motivated to start the writing process, for example, to maintain their motivation or to creatively overcome writer's block.

The family centre of the children's library offers accompanying children the opportunity to occupy themselves. Flexible childcare can also be provided on request.
Snacks and refreshments are also available to recharge your batteries for writing in the evening.

Registration is possible until 14th of April. Places are limited!
Please also register your childcare requirements.

We look forward to receiving your registration for the Long Night of Writing
Your ZSB team and your university library

Target audience: Students

18/04/2024, 4.00 pm – 10.00 pm

Location: Library

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