Handouts and Links
Study Guides For Revision and Editing
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. Our tutors would be happy to go over a handout with you in person.
Online Learning Resources
Adjusting to Online LearningTips for succeeding in this new landscape of all-distance learning
Maintaining Motivation Through Online Classes
Mindfulness and Time Management for Online Classes
8 Strategies for Getting the Most out of an Online Class from Northeastern University
Quote Sandwich Argument Blue Print and Example
Drinking Age Quote Sandwich Arguments
(Read Lesson and then complete the Drinking Age Quote Sandwich without answers then Check Answers)
Grammar and Punctuation
Comma Splice & Run-On Worksheet Fall 2022.docx
Comma-Rules Fall 2002.docx
Common-Grammar-Errors Fall 2022.docx
Complete Sentence Worksheet Fall 2022.docx
Complex Sentence Worksheet Fall 2022.docx
Compound Sentence Worksheet Fall 2022.docx
Conjunctions Fall 2022.docx
Guidelines-on-Using-Apostrophe Fall 2022.docx
Guidelines-on-Using-Pronouns Fall 2022.docx
Subject-Verb-Agreement Fall 2022.docx
Summary vs Analysis Fall 2022.docx
Time Management and Study Skills
Time Management Self AssessmentTake this self assessment to identify habits that are helping or hindering your productivity
Assignment Planning Calculator from the Excelsior OWL— learn to break a major assignment into manageable tasks, and pace yourself as you complete them.
Study Skills, Note Taking, and Active Reading
Explore the following sites for additional help at different stages of the writing process:
The Excelsior Online Writing Lab (OWL) contains helpful guidelines for developing essays.
MLA Style Guide from the Excelsior OWL
APA Style Guide from the Excelsior OWL
Writing Resources by Topic: Links to handouts organized by subject from the Agnes Scott College Center for Writing and Speaking. Subjects include writing in biology, philosophy, sociology and anthropology, math, etc.
The Elements of Style, by William Strunk, Jr., and E.B. White
Contains a full-text version of this classic writing guide.
Ethos, Logos, Pathos: Types of Arguments
Click Here to Watch Commercial Examples of Ethos Logos and Pathos