After years of doling out advice on how to get more writing done, an academic has a revelation: Sometimes it’s OK to be lazy.
Letting students "write" in nontraditional formats has the potential to have a major impact on our classrooms.
Call me unrigorous if you like, but rethinking my assigned-reading lists has reinvigorated my classroom.
No, doing a little outlining or editing during your "writing time" does not count as writing.
You may be convinced that your paper has a solid central argument. Here are three ways to tell when it doesn’t.