Setting concrete daily goals for your writing project helps. Here are some examples of such goals*:
Source: Silvia, P. J. (2007). How to write a lot: A practical guide to productive academic writing. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Academic Phrasebank (from Univ. of Manchester)
Phrases presented in this resource have been taken from authentic academic sources. Find a list of phrases to use for various language functions such as "being critical," "compare & contrast," "explaining causality", etc.
The Elements of Style (by W. Strunk, Jr.)
Online Writing Lab (OWL)
From Purdue Univ.
Provides very detailed what and how to do to format your paper in proper publishing styles.
The Writer's Handbook
Writing Guidelines for Engineering and Science Students
From Penn State Univ.
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