Monthly Archives: March 2014

S is for Shakespeare

Following on from my first MOOC with FutureLearn, in which I spent six weeks studying Hamlet, I have moved on to a course that looks at Shakespeare’s life and works in their wider context: Shakespeare and his World organised through … Continue reading

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Q is for Question

The world abounds with questions, including ‘why am I writing a post for Q after I already wrote a post for R?’ the answer to which is reasonably simple; although research generally starts with a question, it generally leads to … Continue reading

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R is for Reading (and also for Reviewing and Research)

One tip for writers of any kind that I wholeheartedly endorse is the importance of reading as broadly and as analytically as possible. Reading materials from one’s own field and areas of interest helps to gain a better idea of … Continue reading

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