|Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation|
Basic rules of grammar and punctuation listed out.
|Columbia Guide to Standard American English|
Cheat sheet for those pesky homophones like They're/Their/There and when to use apostrophes in writing.
|English Usage, Style, & Composition|
A bartleby.com reference.
|Guide to Grammar and Style|
Tips for writing a strong paper by using strong grammar and style. Includes some links to other guides. Doesn't appear to be recently updated.
|Invisible Web: where search engines fear to go|
An article explaining the concept and necessity of the invisible web with brief descriptions of some search tools for searching the invisible web. Also links to additional articles on the invisible web.
|Nuts and Bolts of College Writing|
Tips and advice on researching, writing, and citing.
|On Writing Book Reviews|
Questions to answer in writing a book review. Prepared by Catherine Lavender at The College of Staten Island of The City University of New York.
|PHC Philosophy Research Guide|
A guide to print and electronic research created specifically for PHC.
|TILT - Texas Information Literacy Tutorial|
Teaches and reviews many of the skills tested by the ILCA.
|University College Writing Handouts|
Short easy guides to common writing problems, such as organizing an essay, using passive voice, fixing comma splices, identifying parallelism, and writing about literature.
|Writing Book Reviews|
Points on writing book reviews with samples. Prepared by Indiana University Bloomington's Writing Tutorial Services.
If you use the Firefox web browser, you may want to add the Zotero extension. The Zotero software can capture citations of books and journals from numerous websites (including card catalogs, WorldCat, JSTOR, and other databases and websites). With the citations stored on your hard drive, you can add notes, organize and tag resources, and create bibliographies to go with your research.
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