To adopt a decolonizing approach, you’ll need to know what Indigenous sovereignty looks like.
Small steps can make a big difference to engaging students in their own assessment.
Within academia, the professional editor is considered to be an outside, unknown and potentially dangerous entity.
How to lighten your reader’s cognitive load in your academic writing.
The Bridge Prize was established as the University of Lethbridge’s “Giller Prize for students,” says dean of liberal education.
A six-step approach for doing the (seemingly) impossible task of applying reviewer feedback to your journal article.
Ineffective colour can make an otherwise compelling image incomprehensible.
The singular “they” and your power to choose as an academic writer.
There are many tools that measure readability scores, but few contexts in which they’re useful for academics.
The campus novel is fiction for our times, but the best of the genre is timeless.
The political and persuasive significance of being intentionally hard to understand.
Once you’ve decided you want to jump into the public commentary sphere, how can you land on a specific idea?
How to immerse yourself in the linguistic world in which your readers live, write, and think.
A book on lacrosse takes the main prize in English, while a history of Indigenous peoples in American and European societies wins in French.
When authoring together, be innovative in language and structure, but conform to convention as you submit your work to be published.
The guidelines require students to have a letter signed by their instructor indicating what kind of editing help is permitted.
How three free algorithms can help you to edit efficiently.
As Dave starts his second parental leave, we look back at what the Black Hole has been writing about for the last six months.
Strategies to surprise and excite your audience.
The IMRAD, hourglass and inverted pyramid structures are all options you can use – it is up to you to find which works best for your article.