Additional Resources and Links
The links below take you to various other writing center resources that may be helpful to you. The Writers’ Workshop did not create these sites and is not responsible for their upkeep or content. If you have questions about the applicability of the information to any courses you are taking, be sure to check with your professor.
A site containing information on citation styles, academic writing, research, grammar, visual rhetoric, resumes, cover letters, among many other topics. Purdue University funds and hosts this site.
Select the kind of help you would like from the left navigational bar. There are sections for undergraduate academic writing, graduate writing, ESL writing, documentation, the writing process, and more. These links come from the Twin Cities campus Writing Center.
This site contains resources from the Santa Barbara City College Writing Center. It contains handouts on topics ranging from getting started all the way to revision. It’s a helpful site for finding in-depth help during different stages in the writing process.
This is the online handbook used in Madison's Writing Center. While you can't make an appointment to see a Madison writing consultant, the handbook provides useful advice about the writing process, references, and grammar.
These handouts are used in the Writing Center at WWU. They contain useful, printable information on many topics, including revision strategies, career writing, and documentation.
This is the contact page for the Academic English Language Program at UMD.
Here you can find many resources to help specifically with ESL writing.