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This guide from Purdue OWL will show you everything you need to know about writing annotated bibliographies, from X to Y to Z.

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This guide from Purdue OWL will show you everything you need to know about writing annotated bibliographies, from X to Y to Z.

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This guide from Purdue OWL will show you everything you need to know about writing annotated bibliographies, from X to Y to Z.

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Tanvi Suryawanshi received a BA in Philosophy in 2019 and an MA in Philosophy in 2021 from the University of Mumbai, India. She is currently pursuing her MA in Interdisciplinary Humanities (General Stream) and hopes to advance the subject matter of philosophical anthropology or the philosophy of human nature with special attention to religious, ethical […]

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Divyasri Chakraborty Bio Divyasri (Divs) is a second-year graduate student in the Counselling Psychology program at TWU. Divs understands the value of words as a therapist in training and aspiring researcher. Words, in her opinion, have a lot of power. It is a true gift to be able to write in a way that expresses […]

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Brian’s Reflection Brian Thomson December 16, 2021 Writing essays is a creative process. Not as creative as creative writing, of course, but it is creating an argument. The problem is that not you cannot demand inspiration to strike when deadlines are coming at you like speeding bullets. Many students come to me in the Writing […]

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Alisha’s Reflection Alisha Devani December 16, 2021 This semester at the Writing Centre, I achieved a lot more than I thought I would. Firstly, I was able to understand many students’ learning styles and writing preferences and work accordingly. This gave me the ability to make them come back to the WC and soon they […]

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Ava’s Reflection Ava Gili December 15, 2021 This semester, one area that I focused on is how concision affects the way we communicate and write. Last semester while working on WriteAway, I often gave the suggest to “be more concise” in the little words and turns of phrases that the student was using. But what […]

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Arden’s Reflection Arden Medina December 15, 2021 This semester was my first semester being able to work in the Writing Centre in a face-to-face setting with students. I was able to meet students I worked with in previous semesters face to face and I was also able to meet my coworkers in an in-person setting. […]

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Alisha’s Reflection Alisha Pinto December 15, 2021 This semester was an overall challenging time for me. I started off the year with being a student leader, a new commuter, and an 11:07 improv cast member, along with being a student. I did not think much of adding tutoring to that equation until it got unhealthy […]

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