Category Archives: Writing Tips and Tricks
NMSU English doctoral candidate Kefaya Diab has produced a short video, “When NMSU Faculty Write” about writing to learn and the process of writing as NMSU faculty experience it, giving students and other members of the NMSU community an idea of the complex processes of writing even among professionals. Watch the video here.
In this video, Writing Center Consultant Kelly Whitney discusses the rhetorical effects of style. You can watch the video here: https://youtu.be/W1kpc7VN_aE.
In this video, Writing Center Consultant Kelly Whitney discusses four invention strategies for writing: Locating intersections of course objectives and your interests: 1:05 Conducting research: 1:40 Address specific audiences: 4:30 Respond to a specific exigence: 5:17 You can watch the video here: https://youtu.be/-G1orMxnSlI.
In this video, Writing Center Consultant Kelly Whitney discusses ways that developing your rhetorical context such as audience, purpose, and genre, can help you give your writing more direction and purpose. You can watch the video here: https://youtu.be/7a_zd9t-APg.
Making the decision to apply to graduate school is a big step in achieving one’s academic goals. After deciding which program is most appropriate to your interests and professional goals, the next step is preparing the academic packet, which includes the very important Letter of Intent/Application. This letter aims to help you stand out among…
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Letter of Intent/Statement of Purpose” »