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Communication Research Resources: Writing Tips
Provides direction for research in communication theory and practice from interpersonal, group, organizational, intercultural, rhetorical, and mass communication sources.
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Rowan University Writing Center
On the first floor of Campbell Library, this writing lab has a group of experienced, friendly, and passionate tutors who want you to succeed throughout your academic career.
Harvard Writing Center
Writing tips on style, tone, and even organization of different types of papers for different audiences in their blog.
Dartmouth University First-Year Writing Tips
Useful explanations of how to choose a topic, develop a thesis, use appropriate logic, and more.
Oxford English Dictionary
Advanced information on the origins and uses of words and phrases, such as words that have multiple meanings, those quoted in literature, or whose meanings have changed over time.
Purdue OWL Online Writing Lab
Many tips for writing annotated bibliographies, improving your grammar and punctuation, organizing essays in different genres and subject areas, etc.
University of British Columbia Writing Resources
Great explanations on writing introductions and conclusions, improving coherence, developing the body of different types of essays or papers, and other topics.
University of North Carolina Handouts
Concise solutions for all kinds of writing problems including sentence fragments, plagiarism, procrastination, and many more.
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