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This book remains the book of choice for students with essays to write! How to read selectivelyHow to take notes effectivelyHow to understand the 'academic speak' in essay questions How to structure your work How to use and cite your sources accurately Peter Levin has comprehensively updated the book to incorporate student feedback and has included significantly more information on the kinds of material that are available online, and on coping with the attentions of the plagiarism police. The book clarifies all the key issues that students cite as blocks to the development of their writing skills and will help improve the grades of any student who takes the time to adopt the techniques offered. No student with essays to write should be without a copy!
|Publication date:||1st November 2009|
|Publisher:||Open University Press|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Dr Peter Levin is an educational developer at LSE. One of his roles is that of teamwork tutor for students working on group projects. Prior to taking up his present position he lectured in social policy at LSE. He is author of Making Social Policy (Open University Press, 1997).More About Peter Levin