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Live Q&A on Facebook with Lee Raye!

in News from ADL, Education, Environmental and Animals Blog, Newsletters on October 02, 2015 . 0 Comments.

We're very excited to announce a second Q&A with one of our very own tutors! Lee Raye, author of Advanced Academic Writing, Critical Thinking and UK Wildlife Law, is going to be answering your questions live on Facebook on the 22nd of October from 6.00pm until 6.30pm. Mr. Raye has been involved in ADL since 2013 and has written three courses for us (all of which he also tutors). He will be available to answer your questions on writing technique (both Academic and Creative) and questions you might have about Environmental history. If you're currently a student with us (and even if you're not, you're welcome to join us) and you'd like to know how to improve your writing or have any other fun queries, watch out for our live Q&A post on our facebook page and comment away!

Mr Lee runs his own blog and facebook page all about the Natural History of the United Kingdom. Don't forget to give him a like or drop him a comment, perhaps read a little about When Arthur met an Eagle or Celts and Sheep in Age of Empires II.

Mr Lee has studied at the University of Aberdeen, Oxford and is currently completing his PhD at Cardiff University. We wish him all the best with his studies!


Tags: Social Media, Writing, Environment, FacebookLast update: September 19, 2017


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