Tag Archives: English

The Nomadic Academic – What constitutes your perfect working space?

Organising a productive working space is often complicated by the nomadic lifestyle of the student. Traveling between shared halls and silent libraries before heading back home for several weeks of summer holiday, how can you be sure that you have the space … Continue reading

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What is your writing process?

Hello blogland, One of the best courses I ever took was a tutor training course. The first day of class, Cynthia Haynes-Burton gave us an assignment. She asked us to write 500 to 1000 words describing our writing process. I … Continue reading

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Welcome! A while ago, I was having lunch with a friend. We were sat outside, eating soup and sandwiches, a very American lunch. American in nature, English in execution. The soup was celeriac. I was telling my friend about the … Continue reading

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