We need to use research to identify and implement the most effective ways to support student writing development.
You needn’t put on armour or start a podcast to come up with ways to “mobilize knowledge.”
You don’t need to be in a position of power to shift a language norm in your discipline.
Universities must plan how and when to use AI for training.
How to create global coherence and internal alignment in your research grant applications.
This practice from art history can improve academic writing across disciplines.
While it is necessary to educate students on academic integrity and academic misconduct, these two concepts are often conflated.
Make sure you are presenting your methods in a logical order, and if you can, try and paint a verbal picture.
Academic editing can provide kinship and learning, not just judgment followed by celebration or tears.
Five keys for persuasive public writing.
Teaching statements are living documents –they change and grow alongside your instructional practice.
Tips to help you develop a compelling book proposal for a university press.
Three steps to make sure you get the help you need.
A four-part outline for developing a SSHRC or NSERC module on training highly qualified personnel.
If you need help quantifying your work, it is best to first consult your university’s subject librarians.
Tips for giving effective conference presentations during the pandemic.
To make a humanities book review work for you, defy the conventional.
Once students get a fever for writing, sometimes you have to just let it run its course – and, in certain cases, it never goes away.
There are several different ways to define the “significance” of your research in a SSHRC application.
How and where to edit for active voice constructions in your academic writing.