Writing CentersThe Writing Process
Before you start writing your paper, you can use various “pre-writing” strategies that will make your overall writing process more efficient. The following tips will help you to set yourself up for writing success.
Tips for Getting Started
Developing a Research Question (Library)
Finding Sources (Library)
Evaluating Sources (Library)
Organizing and Synthesizing Research (Learning Module)
Writing Your Paper
Writing a paper is a complex process that involves organizing your ideas into a cohesive structure and effectively incorporating sources. The following resources describe approaches to structuring your paper and using source support.
Tips for Writing Your Paper
Quoting and Paraphrasing (Learning Module)
Editing/Revising Your Paper
Before you submit your writing, allow enough time for revising and editing. Keep in mind that revising and editing are necessary but distinct steps in the writing process—while revising may require restructuring your paper and even rethinking your thesis, editing addresses grammar and style issues, not content or organization. See the following tips for help with revising and editing your writing.
Tips for Editing/Revising
How to Revise-Online Learning Module
Reverse Outlining (Editing the structure of your paper)
Revising for Flow– Recording of Flow Workshop
Top 5 Grammar Errors (Learning Module)
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