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Determining the Formatting Style for Your Field
*PLEASE NOTE: These guides follow the Turabian 8th edition manual precisely and are intended for use by undergraduate students only. Rawlings School of Divinity graduate students should use the writing and formatting guide.
Academic Code of Honor - Includes a thorough explanation of Liberty's Academic Code of Honor and also addresses how to write with integrity and avoid incurring penalties for breaching the code.
Annotated Bibliography (APA)
Critical Thinking 1
Evaluating Internet Sources
Fundamentals of Graduate Student Writing - This presentation is geared toward counseling students, but may be adapted to fit other disciplines.
How to Research a Thesis Statement
Organizing a Paper
Outlining a Research Paper
Thesis Statements for Book Reviews
Thesis Statements for Case Studies
Thesis Statements for Discussion Posts
Thesis Statements for Research Papers
What is a Thesis Statement?
Where to place a Thesis Statement
Writing an Abstract
Writing with Deductive Strategy
Writing with Inductive Strategy