Resources for Students
The following sections provide a variety of resources to help you with your writing or instructional needs. We are always developing new resources and content; if there is something you would like to see added, please contact us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or let us know in person (at Science Library 193).
Sentence-level Choices: This page contains resources for composing and reading sentences. Because of English’s flexibility, its intent is to provide resources for sentence-level choices, rather than prescribe a specific writing style. It is also available as a PDF one sheet.
Handouts & Worksheets
The Writing Process
Use these steps when writing! This handout is a two page overview of four steps that make up the writing process: brainstorm, draft, revise, and edit.
Effective Writing Tips
We outline and identify five ways to improve your writing:
- Start writing early
- Remember the prompt
- Pace yourself
- Write the introduction and conclusion last
- Revise in a couple days
View this two page handout for detailed information.
Common Writing Concerns #1
This one page handout is the first of a series that describes, outlines, and provides examples of three common writing concerns. We discuss subject-verb disagreement, sentence fragments, and passive voice.
Recorded & Self-Paced Workshops
Stay tuned as we update and release more resources here.