Articles & Advice by Tag - writing

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Three Ways to Immediately Improve Your Papers

Leveling up writing from high school to college is an ongoing process during undergrad. Many students assume they will 'master' good writing and move on.

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Is the Writing Center Worth It?

…on writing.

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Writing Criteria, Part Three: Organization Modes

If readers say your writing seems disorganized, it's probably not following the right mode for the job.

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Professional Resources for All Writers

Having resources to leverage your abilities can help you stand out as you either launch your professional writing career or foster a coordinated writing hobby.

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How To Get Writing Experience in College

Because writing is an essential skill for everyone to develop, it makes sense for every student to devote some time to improving their writing skills in college.

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Writing Criteria, Part Five: Proofreading for Conventions

I send students to the online writing lab (OWL) at Purdue University or Grammarly. Getting good at even just one grammar area will improve your writing.

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No Problem: Writing Your Own Question

This article provides recommendations for writing your own essay questions.

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The Most Important Criteria for Any Writing Assignment

Focus guides your writing, no matter what kind of writing it is.

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Writing Criteria, Part Two: Development — the Devil in the Details

How do you develop your writing without resorting to adjectival assault or a peppering of prepositional phrases? The devil, as they say, is in the details.

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Getting Started with Research

This article will provide some tips for researching that should help students get off on the right foot with their paper writing.

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