The web provides lots of information...
but the value of all web content is not the same!
Students (and scholars of all ages, ranks, and abilities) must be vigilant in selecting resources for use. Please contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions or concerns about the content here.
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The links listed here are external to TSU and may change or be taken down all together. You are responsible for the sources you use, so be careful to review the quality of all pages.
Some basic questions to ask about any web page:
- Who is the author? Look at the url—remember that .com means commercial (something to sell) and not communication. Is the author(s) an “experts” on the subject?
- When was the material last updated?
- What is the source of the material?
- Is this site respected and used by others?
- Can I verify and double-check all of the content?
- A Complete Resource for Writing and Publishing in the Social and Behavioral Sciences (American Psychological Association)
- APA Documentation Guide (Writing Center at University of Wisconsin - Madison)
- APA Style - How to Document Information
- General APA Guidelines -- Purdue Online Writing Lab
- Psychology With Style -- A Hypertext Writing Guide
- CBE Documentation Guide -- Council of Science Editors
- Council of Biology Editors Citation Style -- the Writing Center at University of Wisconsin -- Madison
- The Council of Biology Editors (CBE) Style of Documentation in Science and Mathematics
- The Chicago Manual of Style Online
- Chicago Documentation Style (Writing Center at University of Wisconsin - Madison)
- Writing Guide: Chicago Manual of Style (Author/Date System) -- Colorado State University
Drafting And Revising
- Using Specific, Concrete Details (LEO: Literacy Education Online)
- Strategies for Drafting & Revising Academic Writing
- Drafting and Revising Strategies
- 6 Mistakes College Students Make During Informational Interviews
- 11 Reasons Graduates Lose Out On Jobs
- Interview Tips: Master Your Nonverbal Communication
- Listening Facts You Never Knew
- Harvard Business School’s Amy Cuddy: "YOUR BODY LANGUAGE SHAPES WHO YOU ARE"
- The Power of Seven Simple Questions
- When the Headhunter Calls
- You Can't Write Proper English Under Pressure
- Simple Steps to Successful Presentations
- Why Your Memo is a Hot Mess: The Eight Dos and Don'ts of Graphic Design
Electronic Publishing, etc.
- Link to a Mobile-optimized Site
- Writing for the Web (Oracle University)
- Web Style Guide, 3rd Edition
Invention & General
- A Guide to Writing for College by Veritas Prep
- Brainstorming Made Simple
- Dartmouth Writing program
- Student Introduction to the WRITE ePortfolio
- The Writing Process (Cleveland State University
- Understanding Assignments (Handout Links)
- The Purdue Online Writing Lab
- The Purdue Online Writing Lab
- What is MLA Style? (Modern Language Association)
- MLA Documentation Guide (The Writer's Handbook -- University of Wisconsin - Madison)
- Ericae.net - Clearinghouse on Assessment & Evaluation ( Thank you, Bethany! )
- Handouts on Writing
- Internet Resources on Citing: The Trademark of a Good Writer (Thanks, Amy!)
- Online Guide to Writing and Research
- The Atlantic (“How to Cite a Tweet in an Academic Paper”)
- Writing a Research Paper (The Writer's Handbook)
- A Guide for Writing Research Papers Based on Modern Language Association (MLA) Documentation
- 5 Reasons College Students Should Be in Professional Organizations
- 11 Resume Myths Busted: Realities Revealed
- Dumb mistakes smart people make on resumes
- Final Cut: Words to Strike from Your Resume - Forbes
- 10 Words and Terms That Ruin a Resume
- Five New Skills Job Seekers Need
- How Recent Grads Can Break Into Their Industry
- How To Write a CV when You Have Little Or No Work Experience
- My Career Info - The Perfect Job Is Just Around The Corner
- Résumé Writing Tips
- Resume Writing Tips for a Technology-Savvy World
- Stop Using These 16 Terms to Describe Yourself
- This Is Why Your Resume Was Rejected
- Writing Guide: Resume Writing
- Duke Graduate School Scientific Writing Resource
- University of Washington Psychology Writing Center
- Walden University Online Writing Center
Using Resources in Writing
- Guide to Grammar & Writing
- Paraphrasing Authors
- Taking Note from Research Reading (University of Toronto)
- The Writing Center (University of Wisconsin -- Madison)
- The Writing Center at Tidewater Community College)
- What Is Plagiarism
- Writing and Illustrating
- The Guy Hanks and Marvin Miller Writing Program
- Reader's Digest Facebook
- Disney|ABC Writing Program