Tips and tricks
- Write a little bit, every day
- Read your writing out loud to yourself (or let a software do it for you)
Hemingway—A free online tool that checks readability of one’s writing and corrects the style.
Quillbot—A paraphrasing tool to avoid a dull or repetitive writing style
Writer’s Diet—A tool to identify whether your writing is “fit” or “flabby!
Ref-n-Write—A cross referencing and paraphrasing tool for writing research papers and theses, with a large collection of academic phrases which can be readily used for paraphrasing your content into an academically acceptable format.
Grammarly—Its algorithms flag potential issues in the text and make context-specific suggestions to help with grammar, spelling and usage, wordiness, style, punctuation, and even plagiarism.
Scholarcy—An online summarizing tool that converts long articles into summary flashcards.
bartleby write—A student success hub and online tool to spot mistakes, build better writing habits and transform okay papers into stellar ones.
Take back your time!
Rescue Time—A tool to track time spent on application and websites, giving you a picture of your daily productivity and distractions.
Training and Videos/Vlogs
Tara Brabazon is amazing!