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Email Writing

Ten guidelines for writing clear, appropriate emails in English! Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

Sustainable Scholarship

Introduction to Blackboard

A tour of the Blackboard learning management system. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

Vocabulary Development Week Two

Using flashcards. Development of a class vocabulary list. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

Vocabulary Course Wrap Up

A discussion of the influence of Latin/Greek/French on English vocabulary and the use of stems, roots, prefixes and suffixes. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

Corpus Tools (Part 1): Real-World English

A corpus is a large, computerized body of texts. This video teaches you how to use a free online corpus to learn how English is really used in academic English or other forms of the language. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

Part 3: Paraphrasing & Avoiding Plagiarism

Part 3: Writing a summary. An example of how to write a summary of an article, including advice on avoiding plagiarism and language techniques for effective paraphrases. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

Proofreading

Proofreading (or editing) means checking your writing for grammar, vocabulary, and mechanical errors. Learn techniques for finding and fixing your own mistakes in this presentation. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

Paraphrasing and Plagiarism

A discussion about using sources, the definition of plagiarism, how to paraphrase, and good paraphrasing tips. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

Making the Most of Your Learner's Dictionary

Discover all the useful information you can find in a good learner's dictionary to improve your comprehension, writing, and grammar. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

Vocabulary Development

Do you need to increase your vocabulary? Discover the most effective strategies for finding, studying, and learning new words! Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

Culture Shock

Everyone who moves to a new culture experiences culture shock. This presentation describes the four stages of culture shock and gives practical suggestions for adapting to US university culture. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

Academic Word List

An introduction to the Academic Word List: what it is, how to use, and tips for increasing your academic vocabulary. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

Corpus Tools (Part 2): Advanced Corpus Searching

Explore other online corpora, build your own corpus, and learn to use a key word extractor to improve your vocabulary in your own academic field. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

Part 2: Paraphrasing & Avoiding Plagiarism

Part 2: Preparing a paraphrase. Techniques for paraphrasing and summarizing texts by reorganizing information, analyzing stance, and changing the level of detail. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

UNC-Chapel Hill Coronavirus Research

Part 1: Paraphrasing & Avoiding Plagiarism

Part 1: Using Sources. How, when, and where to use sources in academic writing; types of reference; understanding plagiarism. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

Using a Thesaurus

Discover how to use a good thesaurus to avoid repetition, find new words, and learn the important differences between synonyms. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

Vocabulary Course Introduction

Introduction to the ESL blackboard site and an overview of academic vocabulary development. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

Introduction to ESL Services

Overview of the services available at the ESL Writing Center including mini-courses, workshops, writing groups, speaking groups, and "ESL on the Hill" blog, and tutoring. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

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