RESOURCES FOR WRITERS

STUDENTS: If you found this site by browsing rather than being directed to it by your course instructor, please ask how he or she would like you to organize and present papers before following the advice you find below. These guidelines have  been adapted for specific courses (Composition and certain discipline-specific courses) at a specific university (Drew), and your professors may prefer you to use other methods or formats. Each of the pages below includes a description of how the specific kind if writing is used in life, in college, and in the workplace; explain what different forms it might take; provides strategies for getting started, a template to organize an academic essay, and a peer review checklist. These pages are shared according to the terms of a Creative Commons hare alike license. Feel free to use and improve as you see fit!

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