The Centre for Scholarly Communication offers many workshops geared to specific research projects and processes, such as “Writing the Research Article,” “Selecting Quality Journals for Publication,” and “Research Data Management.”
Graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and faculty members are welcome to attend all workshops.
See below for registration instructions.
How to Register for a Workshop
Please register for workshops using the MyWConline system using the following steps:
- If you are a new client, please register in order to use the system.
- When you enter the booking system, please select the Workshops schedule from the drop-down list.
- Select the workshop date that you are interested in from the calendar symbol beside the NEXT WEEK arrow.
- In order to reserve a spot in a workshop, select the appropriate square on the page. For instance, if the workshop starts at 11:00am, you must select the 11:00am square, or you will receive an error message indicating that the workshop is unavailable. If you receive an error message and cannot book, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
- If others have already registered, click on “ADD TO SLOT” under “Group Slot” on the pop-up page.
- Once you have booked the workshop, your selection will appear in bright yellow.
- The system will send you a confirmation and a reminder.
- If the workshop is full, click on the “clock” next to a specific date and add yourself to the waiting list. If you have elected to receive text message updates when you registered for the system, you will get immediate notice when a space opens up. (Feel free to update your profile at any time to start or stop receiving updates).
Are you an Undergraduate student?
The Student Learning Hub offers a variety of writing workshops and learning seminars designed to align with assignment deadlines for most courses. Visit the Student Learning Hub website website for the latest information on workshops and other learning opportunities for undergraduate students. Registration is not necessary for most workshops.