handouts and links

Handouts and Links:

The following handouts, produced by our tutors and staff, can be used as study guides or during the revision/editing process. We have noted the original sites and sources at the bottom of each handout and recommend consulting these and the links below for additional information.

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Handouts

TIME MANAGEMENT TIPS

TIME MANAGEMENT WORKSHEET

 

GENERAL WRITING TIPS:

Introductions                                      Conclusions

Transitions                                         Logical Fallacies

 

Summary v. Analysis                          Overcoming Writers' Block

Language:

Common ESL Mistakes                      Common Grammar Errors

Comma Usage                                     RunOn Sentences

SubjectVerb Agreement                     Incomplete Sentences

Spanish Verb Tables                           Spanish Pronouns

Subject-Specific Writing Tips:

Ledes-Journalism Handout

The Literature Review

Sociology-Anthropology

 

EXPLORE THE FOLLOWING SITES FOR ADDITIONAL HELP AT DIFFERENT STAGES OF THE WRITING PROCESS: 

Writing Resources

The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue:
Contains helpful guidelines for developing essays.
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/

 

Writing-Related Handouts:
Helpful handouts covering the writing process, revision, and subject-specific pointers ranging from biology to philosophy.
http://writing_center.agnesscott.edu/handouts.html

 

Resources for Writers:
Links to handouts organized by subject, including an academic subject style guide.
http://condor.depaul.edu/~writing/html/stud/index.html

 

MLA Style Guide (Purdue OWL):
MLA stlye and citation standards. 
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/557/01/

 

APA Style Guide (Purdue OWL):
APA style and citation standards.
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/

 

Elements of Style:
Contains a full text version of this classic writing guide by William Strunck, Jr., and E.B. White.
http://www.bartleby.com/141/