Grammar, ESL, and Writing Topics
The Guide to Grammar and Style by Jack Lynch of Rutgers University offers a glossary of grammar and writing terminology.
The Paradigm Online Writing Assistant offers help on all phases of the writing process. It includes descriptions of different types of essays, tips on getting started, and clear explanations of grammar and punctuation.
The Guide to Grammar and Writing Guide presents interactive ESL and grammar quizzes-over 170 of them! An excellent resource for students and teachers alike.
Lists of Grammar Lists is an extensive lists of web resources for ESL teachers and students presented by Georgia State University.
Dan Kurland's website on "reading and writing ideas as well as words "offers a well-indexed site with explanations and exercises about reading critically. Criticalreading.com shows you how to recognize what a text says, what a text does, and what a text means by analyzing choices of content, language, and structure."
Defining and Avoiding Plagiarism: The WPA Statement on Best Practices
Attorney Ronald B. Standler offers his views on the thorny issue of plagiarism with emphasis on the ethical and legal ramifications.
Evaluating Internet sources
Many writing centers and libraries offer concrete guidelines for evaluating Internet sources that are useful for both teachers and students.
St. Louis University
The Purdue University Library
This site from the New Mexico State Library includes suggestions for classroom work on web source evaluation.
Writing Across the Curriculum
The WAC Clearinghouse page offers research and theory, conference and membership information, and practical advice for teachers who incorporate writing in their courses.
For general articles on WAC, see the list at Indiana University's website.
Citing Internet and Electronic Sources (APA, MLA, CBE)
For a down and dirty reference, go to this page by Diana Hacker.
This link to the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill will take you to one handout page, but you want to scroll to the right and then down and look at the long list of links that deal with everything you ever wanted to know about grammar, MLA/APA style, thesis statements, paragraph development, writing across the curriculum, etc.
Documentation Styles: MLA
Modern Language Association
University of Wisconsin-Madison Writer's Handbook
Documentation Styles: APA
APA Frequently Asked Questions
Web Extension of the American Psychological Association Style
Concordia University Libraries
Official APA "Electronic Reference Formats" document
Links provided by Psych Web
Mike Splane, Power Point Presentation Advice
Technical information about PowerPoint from A Bit Better Corporation
Virginia Montecino, Creating an Effective PowerPoint Presentation
Dennis Kennedy, Ten Tips to Improve Your Presentations with PowerPoint
Seth Goldin, Really Bad PowerPoint and How to Avoid It