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College Writing

by Deborah Schwartz
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Added 08/11/2010
NoodleBib is a fully-integrated note-taking and documentation program which is anchored in the best practices of academic research and inquiry learning. Known as the most comprehensive and accurate MLA- and APA-style bibliography composer on the Web, NoodleBib now includes a note-taking component which enables you to extract, organize and synthesize information that you find during the research process. NoodleBib is a flexible teaching tool which supports both individual learning preferences and a variety of teaching styles.


Added 08/11/2010

Composition FAQ

Added 08/11/2010
This FAQ addresses difficulties that many new writers have with mechanics, style, content, and structure. While meant for the neophyte writer, even experienced writers may benefit from some of the answers to the following questions.

Guide to Grammar and Writing

Added 08/11/2010
Charles Darling Capitol Community College. Full of great tutorials, this website provides everything from the basic parts of speech all the way to writing the Argumentative essay and using proper MLA format. This site also contains excellent powerpoints for teaching grammar (especially when it comes to teaching the comma).

An Annotated Bibliography: Preparation

Added 08/11/2010
This page defines an Annotated Bibliography and instructs a student how to prepare one to evaluate research materials and better support his or her paper.

Anti-Plagiarism Strategies

Added 08/11/2010
This website was created by Robert Harris, author of The Plagiarism Handbook. He includes discussions of what motivates students to cheat, how to educate oneself or one's students about plagiarism, the best practices for preventing plagiarism, and methods for detecting plagiarism in student writing. It is aimed primarily at courses that include a research paper component.

Guide to Writing a Basic Essay

Added 08/11/2010
Basic instructions for writing an essay
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