The following lessons and workshops include student activities. The suggested solutions of these activities require a password for access. We encourage interested instructors to contact Dr. Jackie Stewart and the ScWRL team to obtain access. Please fill out the Access Request and Feedback Form to inquire about resources you are interested in.
Active vs. Passive Voice Communicating Science Developing an Effective Writing Process Grammar Identifying and Citing Sources Numbers, Units, and Mechanics Paragraph Structure, Topic Sentences, and Transitions Peer Review Science Essay Writing (First-Year Undergraduates) Succinct Writing and Dealing with Jargon Summarizing Journal Articles Using Quotations and Paraphrasing in Journalistic Writing Writing Process
A New Language For Science Wooing our Future Science Communicators – an Instructor’s Journey (Part 1) How Do You Get That Writing Done? Lift-Off for JEMI+ — an International Undergraduate Journal 10 Top Tips for Getting Into Science Communication Lighting the bulb – inspiring the next generation of scientists Why — and how — students should be encouraged to ask for help with their writing A big classroom is no barrier to teaching science writing — lessons from the front lines AUDIO: Why adding writing assignments to science classes needn't be a headache Are you an expert in that? 10 tips for the 10-minute conference presentation