Do You Know Your Professional-in-Training Role in Writing?

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Writers should „learn to adopt the role of professional-in-training, to get
involved in the complexity of business decision making, rather than
merely play the role of text processor or layperson.“ — B. E. Walvoord

The study „Thinking and Writing in College“ examines writing assignment, support and instruction of students in university courses.

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Nicole Hilbig

Nicole Hilbig

I love learning and writing about the changes in our digital era. My topics are future of work, productivity, writing, education & personal stories.

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