Welcome to the #100DaysOfWriting Challenge!
The purpose of this academic writing collective is to provide a virtual space for academic writers to support each other and to provide tools for creating structure for writing projects and goals. We welcome members to engage with the community in whatever way makes the most sense for them. For some, that might mean sharing out goals via our slack channels, for others that might mean participating in co-writing sessions. In short, there is no one "right" way to participate.
We are now gearing up for Round 5! This round of the challenge will take place Monday, January 18, though Friday, June 4.
After completing this survey, you will be invited to join the #100DaysOfWriting slack workspace. For those less familiar, slack is a great (free) tool for people working remotely to connect with their team and share a common workspace throughout the day. If you haven't used it before, don't worry, we'll give you all the information you need to start!
Prior to receiving your invite, please take time to read our Welcome Document:
If you haven't already, be sure to subscribe to our Twitter List:
If you have any questions or concerns about this survey, please email Margaret at:
Email (for slack invite):
Twitter Handle (to be added to Twitter List):
Institution (e.g., University of Michigan):
Masters College or University
Area/Discipline (e.g., Anthropology, Linguistics, Psychology, Sociology, etc.):
Location (e.g., Chicago, IL):
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