Bringing Your Plot to a Good Resolution PodcastAre you looking for a good way to end your story, searching for the best way to leave your protagonist and resolve your plot? This podcast will help you decide the best way to end your plot with its insightful tips regarding protagonists and how to avoid a "paper dragon".
The Brackets Podcast: Square, Curly, and Angle BracketsThis podcast provides detailed definitions of the three brackets commonly used: Square, Curly, and Angle Brackets. We elaborate on these definitions using multiple examples of when each bracket is appropriate.
Capitalization Podcast: Not Sure When to Use Capitalization?When am I supposed to use capitalization? If this is a question you ask yourself, then listen to this podcast.
PowerPoint Podcast: Is Your PowerPoint Presentation Getting You Down?When giving a presentation, visual aids can be both helpful to the speaker and enticing to the viewer. This podcast will give you helpful tips for making an attention grabbing PowerPoint presentation, such as spending time on your opening and closing slide and incorporating a striking visual theme.
Editing Tips—The Wandering Only PodcastIn formal academic writing, the placement or improper use of "only" is a mistake that can affect the clarity of your work and potentially change the overall meaning of your sentences. This podcast details how to avoid the wandering only and also gives examples.
Improve Your Writing Skills Podcast: Great Writing is in the DetailsHaving a great idea isn’t enough; you have to know how to communicate it. This podcast provides suggestions, such as avoiding repetition or using original thought, to help you better express your ideas in writing.
Thesis/Dissertation Writing Podcast Series: What is a Thesis?If you are considering furthering your academic career, it is important you know what will be expected of you when writing your dissertation or thesis. The difference between the two is discussed in this podcast.
Which Versus That PodcastBoth native English speakers and English learners alike find it difficult to grasp the difference between "which" and "that." Part of the confusion that surrounds these two words stems from the fact that the two words are essentially interchangeable in British English. However, in American English, "which" and "that" are used to distinguish between restrictive and non-restrictive clauses and to modify the properties of pronouns. We know that sounds intimidating, but it's easier than you think. This podcast episode will walk you through the main differences between "which" and "that" to help you use the correct word every time.
How to Write a Great Essay PodcastAfter you have an outline and have researched your subject, it is time to write your essay. This podcast details the steps you should follow to produce a successful essay and improve your overall writing.
Sunday, July 12 2020
6 ESL Writing Activities to Improve Your English Skills
Friday, June 26 2020
The Complete Beginner's Guide to Academic Writing
Sunday, June 14 2020
Understanding Traditional Publishing, Self-Publishing, and Which Route to Take: Scribendi's Ultimate Guide
Sunday, May 31 2020
How to Write a SWOT Analysis (Template and Examples Included)
Sunday, May 17 2020
Inspiring a Love of Reading: Where to Find Free Children's Books Online