This is the post for January 2, 2018.
Readings for Today
- Check these resources for information about your specific field, and read whatever is helpful:
- Writing for Specific Disciplines (Sacramento State)
- Writing for Specific Disciplines (Duke)
- Writing in the Disciplines (Tennessee-Knoxville)
- Writing in the Disciplines & Across the Curriculum (Montclair State)
- Tips and Tools, last column on the right (UNC-Chapel Hill)
- Writing in the Disciplines (Richmond)
- Resources for Writers and Presenters (Montana)
- Engineers on Writing (requires Internet Explorer and Windows Media Player, but it may be helpful if you’re an Engineer)
- #Infographic: Intercultural and Global Awareness in the Workplace
- #Tutorial: Avoid Centered Text
- #Watch: Word Defaults for Tables
Tasks for Today
- Complete the tasks and readings included in the Analysis of Writing in Your Field Submission Module in Canvas:
- Learn how to improve your project by reading the #Infographic, #Tutorial, and #Watch posts for today as well as checking the sites listed in the readings above for help with writing in your career field. Use the related information to revise your project before turning it in.
- Submit your Analysis of Writing in Your Field project in Canvas by 11:59PM. If you are taking advantage of the grace period, submit your project by 11:59PM on Wednesday, 01/03.
- Record the work you have done for the day in your Labor Log.
- If you want to get ahead, you can read the assignment for the Short Proposal, which we will begin tomorrow.
Photo credit: Evernote ETC: My Field Notes by Brooks Duncan on Flickr, used under a CC-BY 2.0 license.