The Writing Lab offers many resources that can be useful in your studies. Here are some resources that might help you with your writing:
APA Citation Guide: Everything you ever wanted to know about APA style including reference page entry templates and samples, in-text citation rules, and step-by-step formatting guidelines.
APA Video: Visual step-by-step demonstration on how to create an APA running head in Word 2013.
APA sample paper: A psychology paper that showcases APA formatting guidelines and some common approaches to research-based academic writing.
Chicago Notes and Bibliography Guide: This brief guide is based on the 16th edition of the Chicago Manual of Style and is appropriate for students of History.
Comma Guide: Rules and examples of comma usage.
Signal Phrase Guide: Learn how to integrate quotes without saying "according to" in every other sentence.
Transitional Devices: Improve your writing's flow and readability with this categorized list of common transition words and phrases.
Finding Scholarly Articles: Follow this illustrated step-by-step guide to find scholarly sources using the library's databases.
Library Database Search Tips: Learn how to use Boolean operators and truncation to search library databases for scholarly articles more effectively.
Anatomy of a Journal Article: A visual guide to understanding primary research articles.
EN102 Audio: Listen to quality audio of commonly assigned stories, poems, and plays.
Journal Article Summary Guide: A step-by-step guide to summarizing primary research in the social sciences.