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How to create meaning for an interdisciplinary audience
Tuesday, 4 April 2023, 11am to 12pm, online.
Researchers from every discipline have their own way of communicating concepts, considerations and processes. What happens to the way they communicate when they collaborate with people from other disciplines?
Looking at interdisciplinary communication as an opportunity, rather than a barrier, this session will start to explore texts produced for a multi or interdisciplinary academic audience. It will also provide a framework for analysing these texts, in terms of language and structure choices of the writer, to create meaning for the intended audience.
Natasha Rust is a lecturer in English for Academic Purposes in the Language Centre at the University of Leeds. Her teaching and scholarship interests lie in academic communication within STEM subjects through genre and discourse analysis in the classroom. Students are helped to feel more confident with their language and structure choices for both written and spoken texts and formal and informal contexts at University.
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