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BY LETITIA HENVILLE | JUL 24 2020

Be sure your application shows the significance of your work while focusing on your most compelling accomplishments.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | JUN 11 2020

How to practice and perform anti-racist research, teaching, and service.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | MAY 15 2020

Part 2: Strategies to extend your monograph’s reach.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | APR 02 2020

Part 1: Strategies to extend your journal article’s reach.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | MAR 12 2020

How to demonstrate feasibility in your proposal’s budget and justifying some of those out of the norm expenses.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | FEB 14 2020

The criticism that some academic writing can be difficult to read shouldn’t be ignored.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | JAN 20 2020

The use of jargon can be effective in journal articles and grant applications – but use it sparingly when writing for a wider audience.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE & AMIE WOLF | DEC 05 2019

To adopt a decolonizing approach, you’ll need to know what Indigenous sovereignty looks like.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | NOV 08 2019

How to lighten your reader’s cognitive load in your academic writing.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | OCT 14 2019

A six-step approach for doing the (seemingly) impossible task of applying reviewer feedback to your journal article.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | SEP 05 2019

Ineffective colour can make an otherwise compelling image incomprehensible.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | AUG 08 2019

The singular “they” and your power to choose as an academic writer.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | JUL 10 2019

There are many tools that measure readability scores, but few contexts in which they’re useful for academics.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | JUN 18 2019

The political and persuasive significance of being intentionally hard to understand.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | MAY 09 2019

How to immerse yourself in the linguistic world in which your readers live, write, and think.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | APR 05 2019

When authoring together, be innovative in language and structure, but conform to convention as you submit your work to be published.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | MAR 01 2019

How three free algorithms can help you to edit efficiently.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | FEB 06 2019

Strategies to surprise and excite your audience.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | JAN 11 2019

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.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | DEC 07 2018

Your discipline and its conventions shape how you do research. How might they also shape your approach in the classroom?

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