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New webinars on Task Two, Structure and Citation
Submitted by Mite Kuzevski on 16 January 2014
What’s the difference between the Task One policy memo and the Task Two policy brief? How should you structure your paper? What is APA citation?
Three new webinars on Task Two, Structure and Citation are now available to help you tackle all these questions. With the help of the judges’ feedback, we have developed a fresh set of webinars that will give you a concrete idea of how to improve your chances of making it to the Budapest Forum.
With these webinars, you’ll find out how to construct a policy recommendation one step at a time, how to use the ideal layout to present your paper, how in-text citation works, and much more. The Task Two webinar explains the difference between the Task One policy memo and the Task Two policy brief and even includes a step-by-step walkthrough on how to construct a policy recommendation. The Structure and Citation webinars explain some of the most important requirements laid out in the grading rubric for each of these categories.
So check out these webinars to learn how you can get higher points for Task Two! Don’t forget to submit your policy brief by 28 February 2014, 11:59PM.