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Writing, Reference and Grammar Resources

Page history last edited by T. Thompson 7 years, 6 months ago


Grammar and Mechanics - some Resources  

 

 

Fun & Popular Sites for Students to Learn about Grammar, Style and Language

 

 

Grammar Quizzes and exercises

 

 

Citation/Quoting Sources & Style Guides - MLA, APA, Chicago, etc.

 

 

Citing Online Sources

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/584/03/ 

 

 

 

ESL Resources

 

 

Research links - how to find texts

 

 

Go to the library and talk to the research librarian

That's right, use your feet and talk to a human being. Watch what they do - ask them what they are doing - take notes, and try later on to do it yourself. Have them guide you through a key word search – show you some slick librarian tricks.

 

 

Talk to your professor

Another good place to start? Talk to your professor. Ask her what some of the key journals or databases are in your discipline. Ask her if she knows any journals or academic publications that are particularly good for undergraduates 

 

 

SDSU Online Library Resources

 

 

Internet Research Tools

 

 

Reference

 

 

Dictionaries, Word Usage & Thesauruses

 

 

Encyclopedias

 

 

 

Grammar Resources + common assumptions about grammar 

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