We've compiled resources on everything from citation guides to how to write an academic paper and everything in between! Check out websites, guides, handouts and more below! If you aren't able to make an appointment, these useful resources will help guide you through your own do-it-yourself writing session.
The Library at DU is your one-stop-shop for all things research. There are hundreds of research guides as well as workshops offered quarterly (there are recorded ones too). You can also ask quick questions or schedule a research consultation.
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill's Writing Center has a ton of resources covering APA, MLA 7th ed, CMS, CSE, ESL guides, grammar, general & academic writing, and professional writing (like resumes, cover letters, business letters, etc.). This website also covers the writing process from research to planning to drafting and revising.
You might know some of The Oatmeal's wonderful web comics. But did you know they also have some awesome grammar comics?! Creator Matthew Inman makes it easy to learn.
The Plain English Campaign has put together a brilliant list of academic words and their plain English counterparts. Check out the A to Z of Alternative Words here! (Or, if gobbledygook is more your thing, they've also got a wildly entertaining gobbledygook generator).
This portfolio last updated: Oct 19, 2017 1:28:18 PM