By Lekan Otufodunrin, Nigeria Before attending the Train-the-Trainer workshop held in Nairobi, Kenya, from November 13-15, Marcelin Vounda Etoa of Editions CLE publishing house in Cameroon was planning to hold a workshop in partnership with the Protestant University to train pastors on writing scholarly theological papers. Having participated in the three-day workshop organized by Media
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By Miriam Adeney Working with writers using languages you don’t read can be tricky. However, even if you cannot read every word of every piece, with a little help you can still provide critique. Here are a few hints on how to help writers make the most of workshops. 1. For your first public critique,
Larry Brook, trainer and MAI board member, led writer workshops in several Asian countries last year. He shares about his Indonesia workshop here: We’re driving to Puncak in the Bogor Mountains outside of Jakarta, Indonesia. It’s time for the writer workshop organized by Robby Chandra of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. I worked with this same
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