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4 Note Taking Systems To Consider

Taking clear and effective notes is an important skill for all students, and essential for effective self-study, paper-writing and revision—but which method is best? We take a look at three popular note taking systems and the differences between them: The Cornell Method This method not only makes note taking quicker […]

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Using Gender Neutral Language in Your Papers

Recently, the use of gender-neutral language—also known as gender-inclusive language—has become a trending topic, and it’s something to consider when writing your academic papers and essays. We’ll walk you through the various gender-neutral options, looking at when they might be most appropriate. We will be using MLA style parenthetical citations […]

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Who vs. Whom: Which Do I Use?

Most people know there is a difference between who and whom, but few remember what it is. In truth, you could go your entire life and only use whom a handful of times, but when those rare grammatical moments strike, if you want to be prepared, we are here to […]

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How to Cite the Gettysburg Address

In November of 1863, at the height of the American Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln delivered one of the most well-known speeches in history. Though it only lasted two minutes, the Gettysburg Address eloquently expressed the pressing need to instill the principle of human equality in a divided nation. To […]

Introduction to Subject and Keyword Headings

When starting to find resources for your next project, smart searching tips (and creating citations ( usually in MLA style or APA style) as you research can save you time and effort in the end. Searching online for a research project requires strategy. Typing a complete research question into the search bar […]