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Writing your Way to Recognition Talk – 26 October 12.30pm

Posted on 19 October 2011 by hhorsman

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A talk from published writer Dr Ariadne Tampion on ‘Writing your Way to Recognition’ will take place at the University of Bradford on Wednesday 26 October form 12.30pm in room C7, Richmond Building on Central Campus.

Written language can be a powerful tool for establishing your identity and worth in the minds of others. This presentation will give tips for writing in a way that is not only readable but memorable.  It will cover some background to the nature, origins and limitations of  language communication and thereby provide guidance for connecting with a variety of audiences.

For Dr Ariadne Tampion, writing has been a thread throughout her life: from childhood obsession, through an exceptional doctoral thesis, to the varied demands of a myriad of community and campaigning roles.  Most recently, she has produced works of fiction on the theme of her current interest, artificial intelligence.

The talk has been organised by the University of Bradfords Informatics Research Institute.  No booking required.

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