Writing and Research Resources
Numerous print handouts are available for your use. Handout topics include a wide variety of global and local writing issues, including writing center policies, global revision, grammar and punctuation, citation and genre. See below. Requests to distribute print resources (e.g., to a class or program) should be sent to the Director. This allows us to keep track of which resources are being used.
We have a number of online writing and research resources, too.
- Top Ten Mistakes to Avoid in College Writing (Eve Blasinsky)
- Assigning and Assessing Multimodal Projects (Dr. Jim Purdy)
- Body Paragraphs
- Combining Sentences
- Introductions and Conclusions
- Invention Strategies
- Outlining and Reverse Outlining
- Thesis Statements
- Topic Sentences
- Active vs. Passive Voice
- Articles: A, An, and The
- Commas and Dashes
- Common Grammatical Errors
- Parallel Structure
- Plurals vs. Possessives
- Semicolons and Colons
- Verbs Commonly Used in Assignments
- Clarity and Conciseness
Source Use and Citation
- Gumberg Library Citation Resources
- American Medical Association (AMA): in-text and reference list (11th edition). Also, check out the Gumberg Library AMA Guide and online manual.
- American Psychological Association (APA): in-text and reference list and formatting (7th edition). See also the Gumberg Library APA Guide.
- Chicago notes and bibliography: in-text and bibliography (17th edition).
- Chicago author-date: in-text and reference list (17th edition).
- Modern Language Association (MLA): in-text and works cited and formatting and editing (9th edition). See also the Gumberg Library MLA Guide.
- Citation Style Comparison Table
- Evaluating Sources
- Integrating Sources
- Paraphrasing, Summarizing, and Quoting
- Using and Citing Sources
We endeavor to keep our citation handouts current with citation style updates, but sometimes it takes time for us to catch up. Please be patient. If you notice something out of date, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.