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Alessia Cortina

Studies: English Studies and Political Science

Administrative Assistant

My advice: Files, folders, post-its and organizational tools are your friends, just make sure you are not using them to procrastinate actually writing

Manuela Floßmann

Manuela Floßmann, B.A.

Master in German literature studies

Focus areas: Writing with AI, structuring an academic paper, topic exploration, work methods, and time management.
My tip: Try to write your work on a topic that interests you. This way, you'll enjoy the entire process of scholarly writing much more, and the work will flow more smoothly.

Ronja Habeck

Ronja Habeck

Bachelor in Germanistics

Focus areas: Structure and organization, work methods and time management, literary studies.
My tip: First and foremost, gain an overview—it not only helps with time management but also with motivation.

Ida Heindel

Ida Heindel, B.A.

Master Publishing Economics

Focus: Motivation and enthusiasm, planning and structuring
My tip: Every beginning is difficult! Don't despair if things don't work out right away at the start of your academic writing career, and feel free to come to me with any questions, no matter how small! Otherwise, just try asking Google or YouTube; there are surprisingly many helpful tips and tricks out there.

Can Hobelsberger, B.A.

Studies: Master English Studies

Focus: Academic writing in English, introductions and conclusions, wording/phrasing, advice for students in their first semester and the first paper
My advice: Start engaging in your topic intellactually as early as possible. This will provide you with enough time to explore ideas and acquaint yourself with many facets that your topic has to offer.

Magdalena Hofer

Magdalena Hofer

Bachelor in Book Research

Focus areas: Academic writing in English, introduction and conclusion, thesis formulation, and structure.
My tip: After completing a piece of work, take a moment to reflect briefly on your process, without being too harsh on yourself. Over time, you'll get to know yourself better as a writer.

Jillian Knull

Jillian Alice Knull

Studies: Bachelor Political Science

Focus: Planning and organizing your papers, proofreading and polishing the final draft.
Advice: With the right preparation and tools, anything is possible!

Linde Liu

Linde Liu, B.A.

Studium: Master in Logic and Philosophy of Science

Focus areas: Argumentation, structure, time management, LaTeX
My tip: Continuously free all your thoughts onto paper. In this conversation with yourself, you'll quickly realize where the problem truly lies, and a good solution will be in sight.

Sophie Wax

Sophie Wax, B.A.

Studium: Bachelor in Antique oriental studies; Master in Philosophy

Focus areas: Literature research, citation, argumentation
My tip: Start writing freely at first—only then do you have material to work with, which helps you understand what you (don't yet) understand.