Tim Squirrell is a PhD candidate in Science and Technology Studies at the University of Edinburgh. His research focusses on construction and negotiation of authority and expertise on the internet, with a focus on fitness and nutrition communities.

How to Write Better Essays - Now in Video Form

How to Write Better Essays - Now in Video Form

If you ever wanted to learn how to write better essays at university (or school) level, but weren't capable of or willing to read, today is your lucky day. I've spent some time in my life that I'm never going to get back learning how to cope with iMovie and Audacity and turning my critically acclaimed (heh) essay guide into a video format. 

Here is the first in a series of several videos (because it turns out narrating over 3000 words isn't something you can do in 3 minutes, no matter how much debating you've done). This one tackles reading for essays: what to read, how to read it, and how not to mess it up. Enjoy (and keep an eye out for the next one)!

 

How to Write Better Essays - Video Series Now Live

How to Write Better Essays - Video Series Now Live

"All the world's a stage"? Understanding Goffman's Presentation of the Self in Everyday Life

"All the world's a stage"? Understanding Goffman's Presentation of the Self in Everyday Life