The Little Penguin Handbook continues to provides you with the important information you need in a compact, user-friendly format.
With a highly visual full-colour design, superior coverage of technology, and distinctive coverage of writing for different purposes, The Little Penguin Handbook speaks directly to your needs as a student. It provides precisely the kind of guidance that you need to write great assignments. Tabbed sections, bulleted lists, tables that highlight key information, and quick guides mean the information you need is always right at your finger tips.
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Lester Faigley currently holds the Robert Adger Law and Thos. H. Law Professorship in Humanities at the University of Texas, Austin. From 1993-2001 he served as the founding Director of the Department of Rhetoric and Writing and from 1998-2000 as the founding Director the concentration in Science, Technology, and Society. He also served at the Director of the Undergraduate Writing Center from 2002-2006.
Roger Graves is an associate professor and Director of Writing and Technical and Professional Communication at the University of Western Ontario. He has researched and written about the teaching of writing in Canadian universities since 1990, including Writing Instruction in Canadian University (Inkshed Publications, 1994) and co-editing Writing Centres, Writing Seminars, Writing Culture: Writing Instruction in Anglo-Canadian Universities (Inkshed Publications, 2006). Currently, he is co-editor of Inkshed: Newsletter of the Canadian Association for the Study of Language and Learning.
Heather Graves published Rhetoric in(to) Science: Style as Invention in Inquiry (Hampton Press) in 2005 and co-edited Writing Centres, Writing Seminars, Writing Culture: Writing Instruction in Anglo-Canadian Universities (Inkshed Publications) in 2006. From 1993 to 2005 she was Assistant Professor at Illinois State University in Normal, IL and then Associate Professor at DePaul University in Chicago. Currently, she is co-editor of Inkshed: Newsletter of the Canadian Association for the Study of Language and Learning. Review:
“Visually this book is appealing and the information is easy to find on the page.”
--Mary Finlay, Seneca College
“It [the text] will be very useful to students who may not be taking a writing course per se but who may need support, coaching, etc. in writing for their own disciplines.”
--John Smallwood, University of Western Ontario
“Supplements very useful and those students who are motivated enough to use them, they are great. Online resources great and we used them”--Howard F. Muchnick, Ryerson University
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