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The podcast about academic writing

Academic writing - The podcast about academic writing University of Stavanger

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The podcast about academic writing

    Reading for learning (and writing)

    Reading for learning (and writing)

    Professor Jo Røsilien believes that there are many ways to improve one’s content knowledge and writing skills. In this podcast, he tells about the importance of spending time on both assigned readings and other literature such as novels.

    Program host: Ingeborg Marie Jensen, Study Lab Coordinator at Stavanger University Library.

    • 7 Min.
    How to write well

    How to write well

    How can one write academic texts well? Does academic language need to be cumbersome and difficult? In this podcast, Professor Jo Røislien shares how good wording can improve one’s academic writing.

    Program host: Ingeborg Marie Jensen, Study Lab Coordinator at Stavanger University Library.

    • 7 Min.
    How to avoid plagiarism

    How to avoid plagiarism

    Many students plagiarize without realizing that they have done so. If you plagiarize, you risk a failing grade or worse, a one-year suspension. Academic Librarian Terje Blåsternes explains how you can avoid common types of plagiarism and how to cite and reference correctly.

    Program host: Ingeborg Marie Jensen, Study Lab Coordinator at Stavanger University Library.

    • 8 Min.
    How to have success as a student in Norway

    How to have success as a student in Norway

    This podcast explores how students can be successful both academically and socially. Professor Jo Røislien believes that being a student is a way of living. He explains the importance of being actively involved on campus and what is expected of students studying in Norway.

    Program host: Ingeborg Marie Jensen, Study Lab Coordinator at Stavanger University Library.

    • 4 Min.
    How to structure your paper

    How to structure your paper

    In this podcast, we talk about how one can structure a paper logically to provide good flow. Professor Jo Røislien is an avid fan of the so-called IMRaD format. Are you familiar with it?

    Program host: Ingeborg Marie Jensen, Study Lab Coordinator at Stavanger University Library.

    • 4 Min.

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