Creative Thinking--some useful tips and resources.
Dictionaries and Encyclopedias on the
Guidelines for Getting the Most out
of Non-Fiction Reading
How To Say It--grammar guides and guides to MLA style, APA
style, and citing electronic sources.
Library of Congress Classification Outline--what subject areas
are where, in our library.
Skills for the Writing Process
--Created by Joseph McNeilly
of Cabrillo College (Aptos, California), It introduces beginning college
students to the fundamentals of the writing process
Statistical Sources on the Net
Guide to Research on the WWW--from St. Louis University.
Everything from searching for
and evaluating sites.
The Thinking Page--
strategies to improve individual thinking, as well as organizational
thinking and decision-making.
When Did It Happen, When Will It Be--schedules
of future events, chronologies of past events.
Where Is It?--atlases, maps,
information about cities, states, countries.
Who Is It?--biographical
information on the Net.
Center Home Page--with information on how to write research
papers, literature reviews, scientific reports and lab reports, as well
as info on documentation, grammar and style, and writing letters.
Process - an excellent series of handouts from Harvard
University on everything from developing your thesis to writing the best
conclusion. This will really help you!
your Paper: Scholarly or Popular Sources? -- figure out the
difference and how it can make a difference to your paper (and grade!)