The sources listed on this page emphasize English language grammar and writing.
Last Updated: Mar 3, 2014
- Webster University Campus Writing Center
The Writing Center offers free and friendly writing advice to all students, staff, and faculty at Webster University. Our trained coaches will help with every stage of the writing process, from brainstorming ideas to documenting sources.
- Webster University Online Writing Center
Webster University students may submit papers by e-mail to the writing coaches at the Online Writing Center on the main campus. The Writing Center is part of the Academic Resource Center.
- LEO: Literacy Education Online (St. Cloud State University)
Innovative arrangement provides links to writing aids based on self-diagnosed problems (e.g., "My writing doesn't flow") or interests (e.g., "I need information on writing to get a job").
- Online Resources for Writers (Amherst College)
Gateway to resources at academic institutions and other sites that provide instruction in the writing process.
- Online Writing Lab (Purdue University)
Sources provide writing help, links to other writing labs, and Internet links for various subjects.
- Paradigm Online Writing Assistant
This award winning site written by an English teacher offers help for choosing a topic, organizing, revising, editing and citing your writing. It gives guidance for writing different types of essays covering informal, thesis/support, exploratory, and argumentive essays.
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