20th February, 2014
Research Services @ the Australian National University, Canberra held four workshops on ‘Using ComWriter for Academic Writing’ . The venue was the unique Menzies Library (pictured). The fully booked workshops, delivered by Dr Linda Glassop and Pam Mulready from Composeright, were well attended and research students overwhelmingly gave ComWriter the thumbs up for being an innovative new writing platform.
Menzies Library, ANU, Canberra
We are very excited to have the opportunity of giving hands-on experience to students and academics at many universities across Australia. The workshops facilitated by Dr. Linda Glassop give the universities a chance to test the new cloud-based product through one-on-one coaching on using ComWriter to prepare their academic writing.
James Cook, Central Queensland, La Trobe, Deakin and Monash Universities have been the lucky few to test the product…And Australian National University (ANU) is next – locked in on the 20 February next year – just in time for the new academic year.
Feedback has been anything but negative. The ease of use, functionality and appeal of ComWriter were ranked highly by the universities with very few faults. In response to the question – “Would you use ComWriter for your academic writing?” asked at La Trobe University earlier this year, 70.6% of participants answered with a 4 or 5 out of 5 response. This strong, positive response was complimented with excited hope for future academic writing.
We can’t wait to visit many more universities all over the world! #writebetter with #comwriter