What is Academic Writing?
There are many types of writing that fall under the academic-writing umbrella.
Use the links below to learn about the various types of academic writing and the processes associated with producing effective writing.
- The Nature of Writing
- Academic Writing Definition
- Qualities of Academic Writing
- Key Terms in Academic Writing
- Types of Academic Writing
- Strategies for Academic Writing
- prewriting: developing ideas
- gathering information
- shaping information
- building the essay draft
- rewriting or revising
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