An essay writer should be familiar with academic and popular literature. In the beginning, you may be confused about what is expected of you, but with a little practice, you will develop an excellent essay. It is also important to avoid procrastination or writing in an unmotivated manner. Papers that are written in a rush will show that the writer lacks responsibility and is not serious about the task.

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Join us for SLiThEr #39 on October 6th!

Submitted by Sarah Shaner / Southeast Missouri State University on Thu, 09/22/2022 - 17:44

As we begin a new school year, you may be wondering how to improve your use of LOs in your courses. Well, never fear Chip Nataro is here! Please join us for SLiThEr #39 on Thursday, October 6th at 3 pm Eastern as Chip Nataro (Lafayette University) will lead a discussion in "Learning Object (LO) Development and Course Structuring". Please sign up here for the discussion:

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Join us for SLiThEr #38 on September 22

Submitted by Sarah Shaner / Southeast Missouri State University on Thu, 09/08/2022 - 12:10

Join us on Thursday, September 22nd at 4:00 pm Eastern for a panel discussion about the PUI Faculty Job Search. Our panelist will be Madalyn Radlauer (San Jose State), Jacob Lutter (Univ. Southern Indiana), and Chris Whitehead (Union College). They will bring the perspectives of those who have recently navigated the process and those who have served on faculty search committees. Please pass this along to anyone you know who is interested in applying to faculty jobs at primarily undergraduate universities. We are looking forward to a great conversation!

Join us for SLiThEr #37 on June 22!

Submitted by Sarah Shaner / Southeast Missouri State University on Fri, 06/10/2022 - 15:29

Please join us on Wednesday, June 22 at 4:00 pm Eastern for our 37th SLiThEr. Benny Chan (TCNJ) and Nancy Williams (Claremont Colleges) will lead a discussion on identity in the context of an inorganic chemistry course. We would love for you to come join the conversation!