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1. You and university writing 2. Getting started 3. Writing for different courses 4. Beginning with the title 5. Reading as part of writing 6. Organizing and shaping your writing 7. Making an argument and persuading your reader 8. Making good use of your sources 9. Putting yourself into your academic writing 10. Putting it together 11. Completing the assignment and preparing for next time 12. Exploring different kinds of writing 13. Learning journals and reflective writing Further reading and some additional sources References Index
Phyllis Creme is research fellow in academic literacies in Education and Professional Development at UCL. She runs the new HEFCE funded Writing and Learning Mentor project and works on the CALT Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education programme. Recent research in student writing includes uses of learning journals and the relationship between academic and creative writing. Mary R. Lea is a lecturer at the Open University in the Institute of Educational Technology. She has extensive experience of both supporting students with their writing and researching in the field of writing and learning.