It’s that time of the semester when essays are assigned! They say the most important sentence in your essay is your thesis statement. But how do you write a good thesis statement?
In Common: The SLC blog
It's 2021! A new year! A new you! How do you make sure you keep to your new year's resolutions?
It's a New Year and it's time for a new installment of our Grammar Camp series!
SLC Writing Coordinator Amanda Goldrick-Jones, PhD, is back with a glossary of useful grammar terms to help you with your writing... and with breaking the ice at your next party!
Part-two of Eric Cai's top tips for excelling in university classes that require math and problem-solving.
Want to know more about Eric? Read his In Common welcome interview here.
Many university classes require a lot of math and problem-solving. Eric Cai, the former SLC Peer and guest blogger who we introduced just before the holiday closure, shares his top tips on how to excel in these challenging courses in a two-part series.
By Dal Sohal, MA, SLC Learning Services Coordinator
Attending a professor or TA’s office hours is probably one of the most underutilized success strategies at university. Many students are aware that office hours exist but don’t fully understand how visiting their professors and/or TAs during office hours can help to improve their academic results.
In this post, Dal explains how to get the most of office hours, and gives you five pro-tips to help you start off the fall 2018 term on the right foot!
By Dr. Amanda Goldrick-Jones, SLC Writing Services Coordinator
Are you a grammar geek? Do you want to become one? Do you just want to learn more about English grammar?
Welcome to Grammar Camp! Grammar myths will be busted, grammar truths will be shared, and grammar knowledge will be quizzed.
By Dr. Julia Lane, SLC Writing Services Associate
Different disciplines, different expectations, different end goals, different challenges and opportunities. What do we actually share in common?