From the cover of Success in Academic Writing:
‘Dr Trevor Day adopts a holistic approach to help you develop specific disciplinary ways of thinking and writing, together with transferable life skills that employers are increasingly demanding from graduates.’
Associate Professor Suki Ekaratne, University of Hong Kong.
Trevor’s recent papers include:
Letchford,J., Corradi H. and Day, T., 2017. A flexible e-learning resource promoting the critical reading of scientific papers for science undergraduates. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 45(6), 483–490.
Day, T., Letchford, J., Corradi, H. and Rogers, T., 2015. Devising an Online Resource to Help Undergraduate Science Students Critically Evaluate Research Articles. Journal of Academic Writing, 5(2), 1–19.
Narduzzo, A. and Day, T., 2012. Less is more in physics: a small-scale Writing in the Disciplines (WiD) intervention. Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education, November 2012.
Day, T. and Tosey, P., 2011. Beyond SMART? A new framework for goal setting. The Curriculum Journal. 22(4), 515–534. As of February 2017, this is one of the most read Curriculum Journal articles since 2010, with 29 citations and more than 7,500 hits.
Day, T., 2011. What writing expectations do UK employers have of engineering graduates? And how might universities respond? European Association for Teachers of Academic Writing (EATAW) Conference, 30 June 2011, University of Limerick, Ireland.
Day, T., Pritchard, J. and Heath, A., 2010. Sowing the seeds of enhanced academic writing support in a research-intensive university. Educational Developments, 11 (3), pp. 18-21.
Day, T., Humphreys, L. and Duncombe, B., 2010. Encouraging undergraduates’ academic writing development in e-learning contexts that students access independently or in subject-based groups. Writing Development in Higher Education (WDHE) Conference 2010, 28-30 June 2010, London.
Day, T., 2008. Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) and its potential to contribute to the teaching and learning of academic writing. In: Writing Development in Higher Education (WDHE) Conference 2008, 25 June 2008, University of Strathclyde.