GRD 726
Research Writing & Style
3 credit hours
Instructor: Dr. Jennifer L. Greer (jlgreer1@uab.edu) 996-6355

This hands-on course introduces international students to research writing standards and processes, familiar text structures, strategies for second language writers, peer review, and revision. Based on guided activities, practice, and small-group work, it is the first of two courses on writing research papers. Special emphasis is placed on ethical paraphrase, citation, and scholarly integrity, which are essential skills for completion of graduate course work, writing up, and publishing research.  Spring, Summer and Fall.  Pass/No Pass.

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