Write a syllabus for yourself
Unfortunately, the syllabi that we engage with do little (beyond assigned projects) to guide and encourage our academic writing practice. So, if you have academic writing goals that are not tied to a particular course - whether finishing a thesis or dissertation or continuing your academic publishing career - consider writing a syllabus for yourself this semester.
Here are seven things you may want to include to keep yourself motivated throughout the semester ahead.
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