十一 11 2008

英语阅读 The art of networking

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Harriet Swain 教大学生如何与人交际。这是她 How to be a student 系列中的一篇。

The art of networking
* Harriet Swain
* The Guardian, Tuesday November 11 2008

Networking is easy if you’re beautiful, rich or the prime minister. Fulfil any of those criteria and you can leave the active bit to other people while you sit back and net whoever takes your fancy. If, on the other hand, you’re none of these things, you’ll need to work at it.

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21 2008

英语阅读 The art of avoiding writer’s block

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Harriet Swain 的 How to be a student 系列介绍了几个克服”没有东西可写”困境的招数。阅读这篇文章,不仅可以学习英语,还可以学到些有用的学习方法。

How to be a student: The art of avoiding writer’s block
Harriet Swain
The Guardian,
Tuesday October 21 2008

Sometimes it can be hard to tell the difference between writer’s block and feeling you can’t be bothered. If it happens every time you face a blank page or screen, and involves screwed up pieces of paper or frenzied use of the delete key, not to mention hours of pacing and chewed fingernails, it’s writer’s block. If it happens only when there’s a good gig on at the students’ union, it’s not. If there always seems to be a good gig on at the union whenever you face a blank page, it’s probably somewhere between the two.

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07 2008

英语阅读 How to be a student: The art of avoiding plagiarism

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How to be a student 是 Harriet Swain 在《卫报》教育版为大学新生撰写的一个系列,今天说的是如何在作业中如何避免无意中剽窃他人劳动。

The art of avoiding plagiarism
How to be student

Harriet Swain
Tuesday October 7 2008

The best way to avoid plagiarism is to avoid reading anything written by somebody else. Unfortunately, this is not really what higher education is supposed to be about. While university teachers prize originality, they are not so keen on students relying entirely on imagination. By original thought, they tend to mean thinking something new about the thoughts of lots of other people, rather than just making it up.

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