Writing

By Peg Boyle Single, Ph.D.

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Dissertation
Writing

Even though Latin is considered a dead language (no country officially speaks it), its influence on other languages is significant.

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Professional Development
Writing

The following guidelines are taken directly from "Avoiding plagiarism, self-plagiarism, and other questionable writing practices: A guide to ethical writing" written by Miquel Roig from St.

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Good Practices
Professional Development
Writing
Academic Integrity

Choose words with care and economy. Academic writers should take a lesson from Dr. Seuss' Horton the Elephant—say what you mean and mean what you say. Every sentence you write should mean something.

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Professional Development
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Why does the apostrophe, a tiny punctuation mark, cause such big headaches for writers? When you submit a thesis or dissertation to a professor or a

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Professional Development
Writing

By Howard S. Becker with a contribution by Pamela Richards

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One of the most efficient ways to present a large amount of information to a reader is to collect it in a table.

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Writing

An important part of conducting research is understanding the existing literature in your field.

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Navigating Graduate School
Writing
Professional Development

As the semester winds down, you may find yourself gearing up for final research papers and projects. This is a good time for a refresher on avoiding plagiarism and being an ethical writer.

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Academic Integrity

by Joan Bolker, Ed.D.

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