Any number of university training programs, reports, and white papers can teach you how to teach your students or supervise your trainees effectively. Yet, in funding applications and tenure dossiers, you aren't assessed on how you train others. Instead, you are assessed on how you write about your approach to teaching and training.

In this webinar, academic editor Letitia Henville will provide strategies for writing about your approach to teaching and training. Learn how to communicate your efficacy to an audience of your peers, with examples tailored to your discipline.

Meet Your Instructor

Letitia Henville, PhD, is an award-winning instructor and freelance academic editor. She has experience working in-house as a grants editor, reviewing arts & culture grants for the Vancouver Foundation, and success in editing ~$4M of research funding proposals.

She's also the author of the academic writing advice column Ask Dr. Editor, published monthly in University Affairs. Letitia has taught academic editing and writing for Editors Canada, the Editorial Freelancers Association, Simon Fraser University, the University of British Columbia, the University of Manitoba, the University of Toronto, and Wilfrid Laurier University.

Letitia's work can be found at

Portrait of Letitia Henville, a white lady with black-and-grey hair. Letitia is wearing beaded earrings, bright red lipstick, and a yellow sleeveless top. She is smiling broadly.

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As a next step, we can hop on a 20-minute Zoom call, discuss your needs for customization, and then schedule the event.