Six academic writing habits that will boost productivity
What’s the secret of a productive spell of writing? How do you get down to writing a report, journal article, research paper, your thesis…?
Chris Smith shares insights gleaned from interviews with a diverse group of academics, from which a number of common academic writing habits stood out. These habits include simple acts of scheduling time to write and setting yourself deadlines, to developing accountability partnerships and using freewriting techniques to help get you out of writers blog.
This blog post focuses on academics writing, but there are highlighted techniques which can apply to whatever kind of writing you are doing.
[Information adapted from the London School of Economics Impact blog]