Writing at university : a guide for students /

Offers guidance on how to improve your skills by describing the different approaches you can take to different assignments. This title offers examples of analysing assignments, and also discusses the note-taking, mind-mapping, and various types of reading which should go into any preparation.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Creme, Phyllis, 1942-
Other Authors: Lea, Mary R.
Format: eBook
Published: Buckingham : Open University Press, 2008.
Edition:3rd ed.
Series:Open UP study skills.
Online Access:Available via EBSCO eBook Collection
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Table of Contents:
  • Chapter 1: You and university writing; Chapter 2: Getting started; Chapter 3: Writing for different courses; Chapter 4: Beginning with the title; Chapter 5: Reading as part of writing; Chapter 6: Organizing and shaping your writing; Chapter 7: Making an argument and persuading your reader; Chapter 8: Making good use of your sources; Chapter 9: Putting yourself into your academic writing; Chapter 10: Putting it together; Chapter 11: Completing the assignment and preparing for next time; Chapter 12: Exploring different kinds of writing; Chapter 13: Learning journals and reflective writing.