Revising and editing your work is an essential part of writing. Revising is not just about editing or finding typos. Its about being strategic and ensuring that your writing really communicates what you intended without filler or distraction. Here are five strategies to revise your work.
In this post I discuss five teaching strategies that work, for graduate and undergraduate students in the social sciences. I include actionable strategies for designing a syllabus that motivates reading, ideas for effective in-class exercises and more. Click here to read.
Writing a literature review, or writing a literature analysis? The following are three strategies to write a literature review, or as I prefer to see it, a literature analysis. These strategies will help you get started, decide what to read, what to pay attention to in these readings, and how to start writing. Click here to read.
The following are five strategies for writing a research question. Writing a research question is an important step in writing a term paper, thesis, or article, as it guides you in your research and gives you a path to follow. The research question influences the literature you will read and engage with, and the methods or research design you choose. Here are some tips and strategies to get started.