Workshop Series: Mechanics of Writing: Using Tentative Language
Using tentative language, or hedging, is one of the most important aspects of high-level academic writing, yet one that many writers are not aware that they should be using. This workshop will include an explanation of hedging and review the different structures used in academic writing to express ideas with the appropriate level of nuance.
Mona Campbell Building: Room 2110
o Drop in for a different topic each week.
o Workshops can be on CCR (Co-Curricular Record) if a participant has attended 13 out of the 20 workshops offered through the fall term.
o Online Access: You can access more workshops throughout the term on this web address.