For those wanting to properly cite journals, books, web pages, or interviews in MLA or APA format, check the Citation Machine, from the Landmark Project. This is an automated tool for proper APA or MLA citation format for books, web pages, magazines, interviews, encyclopedias, journals, newspapers and more. The tool asks for the relevant information and then generates the citation in a format that can be copied and pasted into research papers.
Hyperlinked material on all facets of writing, plus a list of reference books, a discussion forum, and a chat room. The whole of this would actually be a bit overwhelming for 013, but there are a lot of resources here I might use in bits.
This site takes a look at the arguments for and against various topical issues. There is a dialogue setting out the argument with links to the detailed economic and business theory behind the issue including relevant data and facts.
Very nice support for essay writing, with useful categories (word/sentence level, paragraph level, essay level...). Good for ESL 013 paragraph development, argument essays and documentation. Site includes some tutorials and powerpoints.
Note: this is currently "under reconstruction", but is one to keep an eye on; looks useful. Self-paced, interactive modules designed to teach basic search strategy and information evaluation skills. Three independent modules cover Books, Journals & Magazines, and Newspapers. Graded quizzes included in each module.
Excellent collection of ESL grammar and reading materials includes animated grammar tutorials, grammar troubleshooting, and readings with vocabulary quizzes. Graded activities for pre-intermediate, intermediate, and high intermediate ESL learners. Some of this material may be a little low level for ESL 013. Review quizzes on prepositions looks useful, though.