I already posted this as a blog post, but I think this bit of news bears repeating in the group for professional educators.  I hope that this new page on Line of Departure Online Features can be of help to you and all of your students.   After all, I've found that paper-writing, including structure and above all research and citing sources, are major challenges to too many of my own undergraduates.  So I'm presenting this as a resource to help them along.

For the benefit of teachers and especially students, I just set up a page with links to all the academic papers I wrote for my last venture into graduate school. These are still on the Line of Departure Online Features Articles page, but for the sake of convenience, they are all now organized in one place too.

Take a look.

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