|11 Rules of Writing
A guide to some of the most commonly violated rules of writing, grammar, and punctuation.
A guide from the Internet Public Library.
From OWL (Purdue University), examples for the general format of APA research papers, in-text citations, endnotes/footnotes, and the reference page.
Style information from the American Psychological Association.
Introduction to Basic Legal Citation (online ed. 2010) by Peter W. Martin. This work first appeared in 1993. It was most recently revised in January 2010. It reflects changes appearing in the third edition of the ALWD Citation Manual, published in 2006 and the most recent edition of The Bluebook, published in 2005.
From the University of Memphis, University Libraries, this guide offers examples of commonly used citations of government publications. Examples use the Chicago/Turabian style.
From the National Library of Medicine, these guides provide information on recommended formats and bibliographic citations related to medical literature.
A comparative look at works-cited formats for APA, Chicago, MLA, and Turabian from Duke University Libraries.
This site offers a useful collection of FAQs dealing with grammar topics.
This handout from The Writing Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is on common logical fallacies that you may encounter in your own writing or the writing of others. The handout provides definitions, examples, and tips on avoiding these fallacies.
Created by Professor Charles Darling at Capital Community College.
Hamilton College (NY) Writing Center offers information and guides about many aspects of writing, including peer review suggestions.
Part of the Best Information on the Net site from St. Ambrose University, this page provides links to many subject-oriented topics that students commonly research.
A guide by Dr. Steve Easterbrook, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Toronto ©2004-2005.
A guide from Cornell University Library.
From OWL (Purdue University), examples for the general format of MLA research papers, in-text citations, endnotes/footnotes, and the reference page.
OWL offers information and resources about the writing process.
Information and activities designed to explore the process of essay writing.
Produced by Writing Tutorial Services, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.
Web site based on Diana Hacker's book, RESEARCH AND DOCUMENTATION IN THE ELECTRONIC AGE, 5th edition. Sample MLA, APA, Chicago, and CBE style papers available.
This site from Dartmouth College gives specific information on why, when, and how to cite print or electronic sources.
A classic reference book on the rules of usage and principles of composition.
From the University of Texas at Austin, various guides related to writing.
From the Center for Writing Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, this site offers "Writers Resources" including Grammar and Writing Tips Handbooks.
Provided by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, this guide covers: stages of the writing process, common types of writing assignments, grammar and punctuation, improving your writing style, and citing references in your paper.
Writing information from the Writing Center at Colorado State University.