4.5 Writing about graphs, charts, visuals
|Course Fee:||30 €|
Eric Ahlberg has been teaching English academic writing in German universities (previously Braunschweig and Hannover) for the last several years, including for graduates. The approach taken in his workshops and classes is that written language should not be an obstacle to understanding, but instead let your research stand out via clarity, accuracy and readability.
Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Eric Ahlberg also studied and worked in journalism in Canada. He came to Germany in 2010 to study his MA in National and Transnational Studies/English philology at the University of Münster.
As it is currently not possible to hold face-to-face workshops, you will soon find offers for English courses in online format here. We will inform the already registered participants a.s.a.p.
Writing about graphs, charts, visuals
For many researchers, a text is not complete without including graphs, charts, images or other kinds of visualized data. This workshop will focus on how to write about such visualized data in your texts, as well as how to format and design the visuals themselves for accuracy and ease of understanding.