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Treats research writing as a rhetorical process. Teaches use of research in different genres (not just the generic research paper). This approach allows the text to be used in a variety of writing and rhetoric classes. Discusses the use of various kinds of research sources (academic ones and others). Contains links to resources and multimedia which help students to understand and practice key concepts. Presents students and instructors with a "menu" of approaches and tasks suitable for different... More
Material Type: Open Textbook
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Date Added to MERLOT: October 06, 2008
Date Modified in MERLOT: April 30, 2015
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Submitter: Judy Baker
Keywords: slp, Writing, IVB, written & oral communication, research papers, IIIF, kasa, Rhetoric, research

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Avatar for Marcia Neudigate
5 years ago

Marcia Neudigate (Faculty)

From the introduction, I expected to find some structures in relation to discovery for research writing. What I experienced was rhetoric on a process that did not come to fruition. I clicked on a couple of the links but was disappointed when they did not yield any additional information.

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Too vague so I will not revisit this site even if it is updated periodically.