These webinars provide students an opportunity to practice essential writing skills in academic writing. Each webinar includes brief instruction on the writing skill, but the majority of the webinar is devoted to practicing that writing skill.
The webinars in this category are appropriate for all Walden students.
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Analysis and synthesis are two of the more difficult components to include in academic writing, but at the same time are also two of the most essential. But what are analysis and synthesis and how do you include it in your writing? In this webinar learn what we mean by analysis and synthesis, common problems and oversights, and strategies for integrating them into writing. Students will engage in several analysis and synthesis exercises in this hands-on session.
An essential component of academic writing is a thesis statement, whether you are writing a discussion post or a course paper. Join this session to solidify your knowledge of thesis statements with a focus on practicing creating your own thesis statement.
Learn the best way to use and integrate quotes in your academic writing in this interactive webinar. In the first half of this webinar you'll learn the basic principles for incorporating quotes into your writing, and then in the second half you'll practice integrating quotes so you can master this writing skill.
You can find more details about punctuation within quotes, like capitalization, on our Capitalization in Quotations page.