Writing and Research Tips
They As a Singular Pronoun
13th October 2020Growing up, many of us were often chastised or corrected for using the word “they” as a singular pronoun.
National Grammar Day!
4th March 2020March 4th! It’s the only day of the year that is also a complete sentence (march forth!). It’s also National Grammar Day.
Podcasts for Writing
13th August 2019Are you a podcast-listener? We’ve talked about podcasts for graduate students before, but as you know, whatever you’re interested in, there’s a podcast for that! Here are some that may be helpful in writing your dissertation – and writing in general, too.
Summer Reading: Books and Workbooks on Academic Writing
9th July 2019Summer is a great time to work on any challenges you might have with writing, especially academic writing.
National Grammar Day
4th March 2019Did you know that today is the only day of the year that is also a complete sentence? March Fo(u)rth! It’s only fitting, then, that today is also National Grammar Day.
How to Write Professional Emails
23rd October 2018You’re probably wondering why we’re devoting a whole blog post to the simple task of emailing – after all, we all do it, right? What could we possibly blog about? Well…a lot, it turns out.
Dissertation Writing: Commonly Misused Words
3rd July 2018Writing well is hard, no doubt about it. English can be confusing, especially if it's not your first language.
National Proofreading Day!
8th March 2018March 8th. Yes, it’s International Women’s Day, but for the editorial-minded, it’s also National Proofreading Day! Between this and National Grammar Day just a few days ago, who knew editors were such party animals? We get a lot of emails from clients who use the terms “proofreading” and “editing” interchangeably, but the two are actually very different.
Happy National Grammar Day!
4th March 2018https://youtu.be/RPoBE-E8VOc Quick, what day of the year is also a complete sentence? Why, March 4th, of course! (March forth!) It’s also National Grammar Day.