Writing With Substance: You Can Haz it! SRSLY!Main MenuFall 2015 Reading ScheduleLinks to all reading assignments by dateAppendix 1: Reading and Writing Assignments 1-8Series of written assignmentsAppendix 2: Assignments 9, 10, and 9 3/4Assignments 9 and 10Appendix 3: Link Round-up & Notes From Class DiscussionsWhere we store links to class discussions.Information about the images you see in this bookTable of ContentsTable of Contents & home pageIntroductionWriting just to write? No thank you.(Stop) Arguing (For Now)ReadingYes, you really do have to do more of it.Finding Books Using LexicatLexicat Videos from University LibraryReading Academic ScholarshipReading for/and ResearchFinding Something to Read Using Library DatabasesDatabases: Education Full Text and JstorFinding Substance Through HistoryDestined to Repeat it?Identifying and Formulating ClaimsStasis Theory And MoreThe Writing ProcessWritingRevising!My own Peer Review!Knowing "Teh Rulz" (insofar as there are any)"The Rules" or Conventions that Usually Apply for most Academic WritingVimala C. Pasupathiceefc20a3151658461abeb1911f30e5d016aa34b
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The image for the cover of this book uses a version of the photograph "Temporary Kitty" by C J Sorg. I have adapted it minimally; it appears here under a Creative Commons License 2.0.
The remaining images are in most cases either screen shots taken from my own web browsing (in most cases, URLs are visible, and these will eventually be cited by date of access too, added in as part of a class-wide project) or from collections that are available through Scalar, by way of partnerships with the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Getty Museum, respectively.