The Writing Center

Student Resources, Handouts and Tips Sheets

 Consult these Writing Center handouts as you progress through your writing assignment:
 
 
Pre-Writing and
Strategies
       


Strategies 

        Grammar

Invention Techniques:
How to Find a Topic
   
How to Write a Conclusion   
   
Commas

How to Write a Conclusion
   
Writing a Strong Thesis
   
Sentence Patterns

Writing a Strong Thesis 
   
Active Reading
   
Articles

Active Reading
   
Argumentation
   
Writing Coherent Paragraphs         

Argumentation
                 
Avoiding Run-ons and
Sentence Fragments

What is Plagiarism

WPA Statement

   

 

             

Revision and Editing Worksheet
                   


Writing in
Different Genres
 

               Research Related           MLA Documentation
Resources
 

Writing Annotations
   
Integrating Sources              
   
First and Works Cited Page

Annotations--Definitions
   
Primary Sources
   
Electronic and Print Sources

Writing a Book or Film Review  
         
In-Text and Parenthetical Citation

Writing a Proposal
         
Header Page

Writing a Personal Statement
           

Writing an Abstract
          APA Documentation
Resources
 
           
Title Page and References
           
Citations Electronic and Print Sources
           
In-Text Citation
  
Helpful External Links

Below are links for sources on APA, MLA, Chicago and Bedford citation styles, as well as reference sources for your writing projects.   

Citation Resources

       

References

American Psychological Association

    The Internet Public Library
The Modern Language Association
 
  Webster Online

Chicago Style Citation Manual
     One Look.com

Bedford / St. Martin's
     VAIL - Virtual Academic Integrity Laboratory
       

 Check out these additional web resources.

Last Updated: 3/22/15