These writing resources from various colleges and universities should be helpful to students in writing essays, preparing other kinds of written assignments and developing skills of self-expression.
How Not to Plagiarize - from the University of Toronto
Writing in College: A short list of tips and tricks to effective college writing
10 Tips for Writing the Perfect Paper: A blog from the book, The Secrets of College Success
Research Skills & Resources from Purdue's Online Writing Lab
Traubian Style Quick Guide, Except for a few minor differences, Turabian style is the same as The Chicago Manual of Style. However, while The Chicago Manual of Style focuses on providing guidelines for publishing in general, Turabian focuses on providing guidelines for student papers, theses and dissertations.
How to Study.org - It’s a proven fact that students cannot succeed academically without studying. Here are some helpful information about everything you need to know about study skills so you will learn how to manage time, take tests and notes, and write a good paper.
A selection of free online advice for academics
Best Practices, from the American University Center for Social Media
Copyright and Fair Use, from the Stanford University Libraries
The Copyright Crash Course, from the University of Texas at Austin
Copyright Term and the Public Domain in the United States, from Cornell University
A Map of Use Issues, from the University of Minnesota
Fair Use Evaluator, from the American Library Association
Tales From the Public Domain: Bound By Law? A comic book from public domain scholars at the Duke University Law School
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