University Writing Program
On-line Resources for Writers
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STUDENTS: If you found this site by browsing rather than being directed to it by your course instructor, please ask how he or she would like you to organize and present papers before following the advice you find below. These guidelines have been adapted for specific courses (Composition and certain discipline-specific courses) at a specific university (Drew), and your professors may prefer you to use other methods or formats.
The links housed on the Drew University website were written by Sandra Jamieson at Drew University and Rebecca Moore Howard at Syracuse University (with help from Jody Caldwell, Drew University Reference Librarian). Anyone may use these resources under the terms of the creative commons license above. Any feedback would be appreciate, and suggestions for revision or expansionwill be incorporated into the pages where practical and attributed.
This page also includes links to a variety of other sites on the Internet, mostly produced by on-line writing centers (OWLS) and writing programs, and are much better than I could write so I decided to link to them!
Please let me know if you find more to add to this list.