Answered By: Rachel Willard Last Updated: Sep 29, 2015 Views: 656
Scholarly writing requires a different set of standards than other types of writing. In scholarly writing, you will want to avoid bias, incorporate evidence, and create a strong argument. Scholarly writing requires concise, precise, and clear language.
The Writing Center has resources to assist you in various aspects of scholarly writing. See a few general details about scholarly writing.
- See information on using a scholarly tone.
- Refresh yourself on using concise, precise, and clear language.
- Learn how to avoid bias.
- Rediscover the power of strong, logical arguments.
- Follow these guidelines for incorporating evidence into your work.
- View the recorded webinar "What is Academic Writing" or the recorded webinars relating to scholarly writing.
Do you have other general writing questions? E-mail the Writing Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other questions about your doctoral capstone or the Form & Style review? E-mail the Dissertation Editors at email@example.com.
Want to peruse other writing resources? Go to the Writing Center’s homepage.