The following resources provide a wealth of writing help that you can access from any computer.
Liberty University Turabian Directory: A collection of useful articles about Turabian writing and formatting.
Purdue's OWL: This site is perhaps the most comprehensive writing-related site on the Internet. This page provides links to information on the following topics, as well as useful handouts for teachers:
- MLA and APA Citation
- Discipline-specific writing in the hard sciences, humanities, and social sciences
- Professional writing help
- Grammar information
- ESL helps
Rawlings School of Divinity Writing Guide: An 8th edition Turabian guide developed by the School of Divinity.
EndNote X7 Citation Manager: Available through the Jerry Falwell Library for all current students, faculty, and staff.
How to Search & Determine Credible Sources on the Internet
Ohio ESL: This site provides a wealth of information for students in Ohio University's Intro to Graduate Writing Course. Topics include the following:
- Advanced grammar and sentence structure
- Reading strategies
- Quoting Outside Sources
- Research writing
NC State Professional Writing Program: This site's format is clumsy, but the information is good. In addition to an extensive library of helpful links and grammar help, it provides the following:
- Online reference books
- Information on copyright law
- Info on report writing and technical communication
- Info on how to deliver oral presentations
- Sample job materials, including interview tips
- Job listings
- Professional communication guidelines (e-mail etiquette, etc.)
K-State Electronic Theses, Dissertations, and Reports: Contains helpful hints for formatting your thesis, dissertation, or report using Microsoft Word.
APA Audio Tutorial: The APA organization developed an audio tutorial, which explains the major points of the APA style format. The tutorial has links to sample APA papers as well.
The Bedford Research Room (Parts of the site may be password protected)
CAL POLY Guide to Grammar & Writing: Capital Community College Foundation sponsors a fun and interactive web site which contains grammar guides.
Greenwood Skills Center: Includes a small library of full-text books, and is a good resource for basic writing, including:
- Avoiding plagiarism
- Making compelling arguments
- Research writing
Harvard College Writing Center: Multiple brief guides to writing in various disciplines.