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Using Writing for University Courses for the first time

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Using the topics

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Using Writing for University Courses for the first time

Start with What is Good Written English at University? It is the basis for the other sections. It has Self Tests to help you see how aware you are of what is needed. You can access What is Good Written English at University? from the Main Menu.

Then move on to use the topics in Writing for University Courses. The topics can also be accessed form the Main Menu.

These topics can be seen as building blocks. You need the first before adding the next one.

Move your mouse pointer over each of the following to find out more about the topics of Writing for University Courses.

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It is suggested that you use the following topics in this order:

 

  • Main Rules of Written English
  • Punctuation
  • Use of Words
Here are comments from lecturers about the types of written work expected on their courses.
Video clips - lecturers' comments

Lecturer Name: Jeanette Baker
Lecturer Description: Teaches Marketing in the Faculty of Organisation and Management

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Lecturer Name: Steve Harriman
Lecturer Description: Teaches Communications in the Faculty of Arts, Computing, Engineering and Science (ACES)

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Lecturer Name: Chris Hopkins
Lecturer Description: Teaches English in the Faculty of Society and Development

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Lecturer Name: Jenny Shelton
Lecturer Description: Teaches Biochemistry in the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing

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