Learning and teaching resources on writing, media production and presenting. Related resources on the topic of avoiding plagiarism are also available.
|Resource title and description||Type|
|Academic writing style|
Xerte tutorial, aimed at postgraduate taught level students, covering how to structure a piece of work, academic writing style, using appropriate academic language and proof-reading. This tutorial is part of the Writing at Postgraduate Level suite.
|Developing critical arguments|
Xerte tutorial aimed at postgraduate taught level students which explains the difference between descriptive and critical writing, explores how to effectively synthesise information from a range of sources and explains how to form paragraphs. This tutorial is part of the Writing at Postgraduate Level suite.
|Meeting the deadline|
The final episode of the Student Survival Guide to Writing a Good Essay podcast series features advice from students and the Student Counselling Service about avoiding procrastination, managing stress and working to a deadline. To download a copy of the podcast, right-click on the Preview link and select Save target/link as..
|What makes a good essay?|
This first episode from the Student Survival Guide to Writing a Good Essay audio podcast series provides advice from lecturers and students on the hallmarks of a good essay. To download a copy of the podcast, right-click on the Preview link and select Save target/link as..
Cartoon with the caption, '...I've heard that the Cephalonian Method can transform library orientation, but this is ridiculous!'
|Audience response technology|
Cartoon with the caption, '...these clicky things are great, but why can't I get Sky Sports?'
|Tools for producing content concept map|
Concept map showing key practices associated with producing content together with links to relevant tools.