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More Than the Information: How I Learned to Like My Science Writing

Somehow science has acquired the reputation as a discipline in which writing doesn’t matter. Science students with whom I’ve worked as a writing tutor commonly ask, “Isn’t it the information that counts?” In the end, it is the information that … Continue reading

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Writer’s Toolbox: Skim

I have mixed feelings about classes where the bulk of the readings are in the form of scanned documents rather than textbooks or printed course booklets. On the one hand, it’s far cheaper and better for the environment to stick … Continue reading

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