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Writing Center HandoutsHandouts that go over the elements of academic writing. From UNC Chapel Hill's writing center.
Citation Style Guides
Doing honest work in college : how to prepare citations, avoid plagiarism, and achieve real academic success by Lipson, Charles
Call Number: Ref. PN171.F56 L56 2008
The Bedford Handbook by Hacker, Diana and Nancy Sommers
Call Number: Ready Ref. PE1408.H277 2010
Also includes grammar and punctuation guidance.
Research and Documentation in the Electronic Age by Hacker, Diana and Barbara Fister
Call Number: Ready Ref. ZA4375.H327 2010
Style Manual for Communication Studies by Bourhis, John et al.
Call Number: Ready Ref. P96.A68 S89 2003
A Student's Guide to History by Benjamin, Jules R.
Call Number: Ready Ref. D16.3 .B4 2004
A Student’s Guide to History was created by Jules Benjamin in 1975. The SGtH is a general
guide on how to complete assignments in history classes, and the descriptions of proper
citation style borrow from the Chicago Manual of Style.
Writing empirical research reports : a basic guide for students of the social and behavioral sciences by Pyrczak, Fred
Call Number: Ready Ref. LB2369 .P93 2000
Writing research papers in the social sciences by Lester, James
Call Number: Ready Ref. PE1479.S62 L47 2006
Writing literature reviews : a guide for students of the social and behavioral sciences by Galvan, Jose L.
Call Number: Ready Ref. LB2369 .G3 1999
A Short Guide to Writing about Art by Barnet, Sylvan
Call Number: Ready Ref. N 2476.B37 2005
The Chicago Guide to Writing about Numbers by Miller, Jane
Call Number: Ready Ref. T11.M485 2004
Writing Research Papers by Lester, James and James Lester, Jr.
Call Number: Ready Ref. LB2369.L4 2004
They Say/I Say by Cathy Birkenstein; Gerald Graff; Graff
Publication Date: 2009-12-22
MBU Writing Center
Through face-to-face sessions (in the Center for Student Success) and in online sessions, the writing center helps students with all stages of the writing process: