Writing Resources provides learners with a vast amount of self-paced learning material to help develop different areas of academic writing. Select from the list below to go to the writing resource most appropriate to your needs.
Academic Writing - Types of academic writing, the writing process, building an essay...
Research Writing - Steps in academic research, evaluating sources, developing research questions...
Critical Reading & Writing - Effective reading techniques, interpreting texts, strategies while you read...
Grammar - Nouns, verbs, adjectives, how to avoid fragments and run-ons...
Punctuation - Apostrophes, commas, colons, semi-colons...
Writing Exercises - Test your knowledge and practice what you have learned with writing exercises.
ESL/ELL Resources - Resources for English language learners
The content in Writing Resources originally was created for the Writer's Complex website by Cathy Copley, Larry Greenberg, Elaine Handley, Susan Oaks and contributors. Copyright 1995-96, SUNY Empire State College.
Catherine Copley (File Cabinet, The Write Way)
Gary Goss (Language Games, reviewer)
Larry Greenberg (technical design)
Elaine Handley (Research Room, Grammar Workout, Punctuation Points)
Loretta Lussier (technical design assistant)
Lisa Mastrangelo (Essay Writing)
Bob Miner (Style Room)
Susan Oaks (Research Room, Grammar Workout, Punctuation Points, Essay Writing)
Alexandra Pickett (graphic design)
Jim Robinson (Writing Book Reviews)
Matthew Sanders (Essay Writing)
Herb Shapiro (reviewer)
Stephanie Thomas (technical design)
Joe Woods (Style Room)