- n. Plural form of workshop.
“My approach to workshops is to first determine the creditials of the instructors.”
“The workshops is set up with discussants giving prepared responses to each full paper presentation, and I love the format.”
“One of the other workshops from the day said that when a video gets to around 52 seconds most people switch off or fast forward to the end to see what happens, so make sure that by the time yours hits 52 seconds something interesting has happened.”
“Clarion hooked me on the workshop habit, so maybe my lifelong reliance on workshops is merely a result of early career imprinting.”
“She said she hopes to take the lessons she has learned here in workshops back to the Adolescent Girls Initiative clubs in Southern Sudan.”
“The Torch program begins working with students as high school sophomores, engaging them in workshops and projects throughout the year.”
“Involvement in workshops and theater classes helps them overcome their own trauma and introduces a new way of thinking.”
“I've had it before, where I'm sitting in workshops at a conference and walking around.”
“Best comment (selected by Jane): "the major benefit in using writers 'workshops is in the critiques you write on other people's work, not in the ones you receive.".”
“My biggest issue with workshops is that every author I've spoken with tells new writers, "Don't quit your day job" and but most workshops seem to be full-time for 4-6 weeks, which precludes people who aren't teachers or college faculty from attending.”
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