Monthly Archives: January 2016

Effective Email Communication

By Annette Cooper Beep, beep, my next email has arrived.  Most of my daily interactions with others are through email, either through writing or receiving.  Messages I receive are often scrambled, unclear, or poorly written.  Below are some helpful hints to … Continue reading

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Signal Phrases in Common Citation Styles

By: Jann Harris All style guides require some sort of signal phrase when integrating ideas and words that belong to other scholars. Let’s take a closer look at signal verbs, which are a significant part of the signal phrase, and … Continue reading

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Color-Coding for Synthesis in Core Humanities

By Angelo Sisante I like to know where things are in my house, in my backpack, and most importantly, in my books. Our lives are cluttered enough with work, school, and social endeavors to find that one pertinent fact. We … Continue reading

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