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Annotated Bibliographies, Brian Nudelman Jun 2022

Annotated Bibliographies, Brian Nudelman

Research Skills

This handout provides guidelines to help students construct an annotated bibliography including an MLA-formatted citation, a summary paragraph, and an evaluation for each source.


Notes On Quotes: Special Circumstances, Sue Kuykendall Jun 2022

Notes On Quotes: Special Circumstances, Sue Kuykendall

Research Skills

This handout provides information about managing special circumstances regarding quotation.


Synthesis Of Research, Angela Gulick Jun 2022

Synthesis Of Research, Angela Gulick

Research Skills

This handout provides information about synthesizing or blending different perspectives together in research writing. It consists of tips and examples of research paragraphs using synthesis.


Paraphrasing Sources, Angela Gulick Jun 2022

Paraphrasing Sources, Angela Gulick

Research Skills

This handout provides step-by-step instructions on how to paraphrase information from sources.


Summaries 2, Sue Kuykendall Jun 2022

Summaries 2, Sue Kuykendall

Research Skills

This handout provides information on the different types of summaries and how to write them.


Direct Quotations, Angela Gulick Jun 2022

Direct Quotations, Angela Gulick

Research Skills

This handout provides step-by-step information on using direct quotations.


Summaries 1, Lori Williams Jun 2022

Summaries 1, Lori Williams

Research Skills

This handout provides step-by-step instructions on how to write a summary.


Paraphrasing, Summarizing, And Quoting Sources, Angela Gulick Jun 2022

Paraphrasing, Summarizing, And Quoting Sources, Angela Gulick

Research Skills

This handout provides a chart that compares paraphrasing, summarizing, and quoting sources.


Formal Outlines: Analyzing An Argumentative Topic And Outlining An Argument, Sue Kuykendall Jun 2022

Formal Outlines: Analyzing An Argumentative Topic And Outlining An Argument, Sue Kuykendall

Research Skills

This handout provides information about analyzing and argumentative topic and provides an outline format for an academic argument.


Academic Research Papers - Helpful Hints, Lori Williams Jun 2022

Academic Research Papers - Helpful Hints, Lori Williams

Research Skills

This handout provides guidelines to help students construct an academic research paper.


Writing For Research In Brazilian Schools: The Landless Workers Movement's Education Of The Countryside, Ana Maria Doll Ghelere Portas May 2022

Writing For Research In Brazilian Schools: The Landless Workers Movement's Education Of The Countryside, Ana Maria Doll Ghelere Portas

Open Access Theses & Dissertations

This thesis, “Writing for Research in Brazilian Schools: The Landless Workers Movement’s Education of the Countryside,” examines pedagogical practices of rural areas in Brazil. More specifically, I analyze writing practices of high school students in public schools co-governed by the state and the Landless Workers’ Movement (MST), a grassroots social movement that has fought for agrarian reform in Brazil for over 40 years. I analyze research papers developed in the social movement's research program: autobiographies written by students in their first year of high school and research papers written in the two final years. My analysis looks for connections between …


Menulis Untuk Publikasi: “Punya Ide, Tapi Sulit Menuliskannya”, Wahyu Kartika Wienanda, Yohana Ika Harnita Sari, Triana April Liani, Azalea Puteri Utami Jun 2021

Menulis Untuk Publikasi: “Punya Ide, Tapi Sulit Menuliskannya”, Wahyu Kartika Wienanda, Yohana Ika Harnita Sari, Triana April Liani, Azalea Puteri Utami

Jurnal Vokasi Indonesia

Writing for publication is the scholars’ needs. Unfortunately, the number of student publications, especially in the Applied English Study Program, Sekolah Vokasi UGM, has not shown a good trend. Thus, the study program provides a subject namely Academic Writing to help the students practice and improve their research writing skills. However, specifically-tailored course materials for the subject have not been provided. This study aims to find out the students’ needs for writing a research publication. Interviews to 20 students of Transfer Program in Applied English and 3 journal reviewers were conducted. The interview results were then analyzed based on parts …


Summaries 2, Sue Kuykendall, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Summaries 2, Sue Kuykendall, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

Research Skills

This handout provides information on the different types of summaries and how to write them.


Direct Quotations, Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Direct Quotations, Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

Research Skills

This handout provides step-by-step information on using direct quotations.


Formal Outlines: Analyzing And Argumentative Topic And Outlining An Argument, Sue Kuykendall, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Formal Outlines: Analyzing And Argumentative Topic And Outlining An Argument, Sue Kuykendall, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

Research Skills

This handout provides information about analyzing and argumentative topic and provides an outline format for an academic argument.


Paraphrasing, Summarizing, And Quoting Sources, Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Paraphrasing, Summarizing, And Quoting Sources, Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

Research Skills

This handout provides a chart that compares paraphrasing, summarizing, and quoting sources.


Synthesis Of Research, Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Synthesis Of Research, Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

Research Skills

This handout provides information about synthesizing or blending different perspectives together in research writing. It consists of tips and examples of research paragraphs using synthesis.


Academic Research Papers - Helpful Hints, Lori Williams, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Academic Research Papers - Helpful Hints, Lori Williams, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

Research Skills

This handout provides guidelines to help students construct an academic research paper.


Notes On Quotes: Special Circumstances, Sue Kuykendall, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Notes On Quotes: Special Circumstances, Sue Kuykendall, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

Research Skills

This handout provides information about managing special circumstances regarding quotation.


Summaries 1, Lori Williams, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Summaries 1, Lori Williams, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

Research Skills

This handout provides step-by-step instructions on how to write a summary.


Annotated Bibliographies, Brian Nudelman, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Annotated Bibliographies, Brian Nudelman, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

Research Skills

This handout provides guidelines to help students construct an annotated bibliography including an MLA-formatted citation, a summary paragraph, and an evaluation for each source.


Quoting Sources, Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Quoting Sources, Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

Research Skills

This handout provides information on quoting sources. It includes deciding between an In-Text Quotation and a Block Quotation, ways to introduce a quotation, using quotation marks, and adding or removing information.


Paraphrasing Sources, Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Paraphrasing Sources, Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

Research Skills

This handout provides step-by-step instructions on how to paraphrase information from sources.


Going Vertical Together: An Interdisciplinary Infusion Of Information Literacy With Research Writing In The Disciplines, Debra Frank Dew, Nora Belzowski, Trisha Mileham, Jonathan Bull Aug 2013

Going Vertical Together: An Interdisciplinary Infusion Of Information Literacy With Research Writing In The Disciplines, Debra Frank Dew, Nora Belzowski, Trisha Mileham, Jonathan Bull

Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy

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The Handbook Of Scholarly Writing And Publishing [Review Of The Book The Handbook Of Scholarly Writing And Publishing, By T. S. Rocco, & T. Hatcher], Krishna Bista Dec 2011

The Handbook Of Scholarly Writing And Publishing [Review Of The Book The Handbook Of Scholarly Writing And Publishing, By T. S. Rocco, & T. Hatcher], Krishna Bista

Krishna Bista

No abstract provided.


Preaching What We Practice: Bringing Scope And Methods “Back In”, Miguel Centellas Oct 2011

Preaching What We Practice: Bringing Scope And Methods “Back In”, Miguel Centellas

Miguel Centellas

Recent discussions of teaching research methods have focused on understand- ing the relationship between methods courses and the broader discipline, including the need to integrate qualitative methods and other approaches beyond the traditional statis- tical approaches still common in the majority of undergraduate research methods courses. This article contributes to this conversation by arguing that the basic elements of research design and qualitative techniques should be integrated into substantive (or “non-methods”) courses across the discipline. To accomplish this aim, I offer a brief outline of methodolog- ical benchmark skills—drawn from the pool of skills necessary for a successful thesis—that can …


Metaconversations: Ongoing Discussion About Teaching Research Writing, P. S. Mcmillen, E. Hill Jan 2005

Metaconversations: Ongoing Discussion About Teaching Research Writing, P. S. Mcmillen, E. Hill

Library Faculty Publications

This article is a follow up to an earlier publication that developed the rationale for using conversation as a metaphor to teach research writing. We presented this proposed teaching approach at several conferences, including WILU in May 2005 at Guelph, Canada. The discussions with participants in these presentations validated the tenets of the conversational metaphor for research writing. Here we provide a description of the research activities in the presentations, the subsequent responses by participants, and our thoughts on these responses. This dialogue between participants and the authors/presenters constitutes the metaconversation about teaching research writing.