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UTS provides a number of resources for researchers to aid them in their academic writing. Whether you’re unsure of your basics, looking for a bit of help to take you to the next level, or simply trying to actually force yourself to write, there is something available to assist you.
This very well attended session was presented by Dr Terry Royce who is Senior Lecturer, Research Literacies/Forensic Linguistics from UTS's Graduate Research School. Terry has kindly forwarded his slides and handouts for anyone who is interested to see.
So this is my first posting on this new blog. It is mostly to do with our thinking about the future library, and as I do a fair bit of thinking, talking and writing on that subject I thought I'd start with a bit of a summary on all of that from 2012. It is a good start because most of the presentations, interviews, events and articles below are about our future in one way or another. Here we go then, mind the step ..
Wednesday's theme during Research Week was Communicate and Collaborate!
Research Reading and Writing by Dr Terry Royce
Originally mentioned to me by Terry Royce of the Graduate Research School, a reverse outline is a tool that can help you analyse and critique the logical progression of your argument through your draft.
How to create a reverse outline: