First-person pronouns can create trust in the right context. In the wrong context, or if taken too far, readers start looking at us like the ego-maniacs.
In this video, Beth shares tips for creating an effective PowerPoint presentation by discussing Content, Clarity, Control, and Consistency.
Many students wait until Saturday or Sunday to write their papers and find themselves missing out on time with family and friends because they have a paper due at midnight. Can you relate to this? Good time management can give you back that time with your family.
Plagiarism is a serious issue, accidental or not. Here are some tips to help ensure you do not commit accidental plagiarism.
In this video, I show you how to include a quote within a quote.
Answering three questions is a good way to evaluate the quality of your initial response to an online discussion to ensure it is clear and complete.
Don’t try to sound smart in your papers. Write a paper that is S.M.A.R.T–Specific, Manageable, Appropriate, Realistic, and Thought-provoking.
The best way to avoid getting stressed about a final paper is to develop a plan to complete it in smaller steps over several weeks.