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Author Interviews 2014

UBC authors provide insight into academic communication

The Authors

Constance Crompton Eric Li Sumi Siddiqua
Constance Crompton
Assistant Professor of
Digital Humanities, Faculty of
Creative and Critical Studies
UBC’s Okanagan Campus
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Eric Li
Assistant Professor of
Marketing, Faculty of
Management
UBC’s Okanagan Campus
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Sumi Siddiqua
Assistant Professor
of Civil Engineering,
School of Engineering
UBC’s Okanagan Campus
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Matt Husain  Natasha Rebry
Matt Husain
PhD Candidate in
Anthropology, Irving K. Barber
School of Arts and Sciences
UBC’s Okanagan Campus
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Natasha Rebry
Sessional Lecturer in
English, Faculty of Creative
and Critical Studies
UBC’s Okanagan Campus
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How do you transition the original idea into writing?

Constance Crompton Eric Li Matt Husain Natasha Rebry Sumi Siddiqua
Constance
Crompton
Eric Li Matt Husain  Natasha Rebry   Sumi Siddiqua 

How has the voice you write with changed?

Constance Crompton Eric Li Matt Husain Natasha Rebry Sumi Siddiqua
Constance
Crompton
Eric Li          Matt Husain  Natasha Rebry   Sumi Siddiqua 

What are some of the adjustments needed as one transitions from graduate to professional academic writing?

Constance Crompton Eric Li Matt Husain Natasha Rebry Sumi Siddiqua
Constance
Crompton
Eric Li            Matt Husain  Natasha Rebry   Sumi Siddiqua 

What tools do you use to move your academic writing to completion?

Eric Li Sumi Siddiqua
Eric Li Sumi Siddiqua

As an interdisciplinary scholar, how do you manage the transitions between disciplines in your writing?

Constance Crompton Matt Husain Natasha Rebry
Constance
Crompton
Matt Husain  Natasha Rebry 

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