The Handbook Of Academic Writing: A Fresh Approach

McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 1 oct. 2006 - 196 pages
The Handbook of Academic Writing offers practical advice to busy academics who want, and are often required, to integrate writing into their working lives.

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Rowena Murray is a Reader in the Department of Educational and Professional Studies at the University of Strathclyde. She regularly facilitates a range of innovative and informative professional workshops and seminars designed to help academics to develop and enhance their writing. She is the also the author of How to Survive your Viva (2003) How to Write a Thesis (2006, 2nd edition) and Writing for Academic Journals (2005), all published by the Open University Press-McGraw-Hill.

Sarah Moore is Dean of Teaching and Learning at the University of Limerick in Ireland and a member of Ireland's Higher Education Authority (HEA). A teacher and researcher in the area of organisational behaviour and development, she has used the principles of this discipline to help develop more effective academic practices and processes both within and beyond her own institution. She has designed and delivered nine dedicated writers' retreats for academics within the last five years. Sarah is also the lead author of How to be a Student (Open University Press, 2005).

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