A variety of tools for handling citing sources in APA, MLA, Chicago, CSE and several other citation styles, with the most up-to-date methods for citing online sources. Also links to citation machines, and strategies for successful paraphrasing and use of quotations.
Reference materials to many useful online resources including punctuation and grammar webpages, dictionaries, an online technical writing textbook, and Ask Betty, an extensive, user friendly resource for grammar, which includes a Frequently Asked Questions section.
Helpful information sheets created by the UW Bothell Writing and Communication Center and others that can be downloaded and printed and address topics including: formatting Annotated Bibliographies, Noun/Pronoun Agreement, Avoiding Run-on Sentences, use of the Semicolon, and Active versus Passive Voice.
Evaluating Online Sources
Advice from four different universities, including the UW Bothell, for assessing the sometimes-overwhelming variety-and amount-of information available on the World Wide Web. Read more on evaluating online sources.
Writing a literature review? The Writing Center at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill has a great handout.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Writing Center provides a great resource for writing scientific reports.