The Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL) began about twenty years ago and continues to be one of the most popular online resources for writers. The OWL is a comprehensive website that can help all writers, including English Language Learners, graduate students, and writers from a number of disciplines. The OWL includes information on the writing process, academic writing, subject-specific writing, common writing assignments, and grammar and mechanics. Information on APA, MLA, and Chicago formatting and citation styles can also be found on the OWL. The site has several drop-down menus for easy navigation and can be searched for any writing needs or inquiries.
The University of Richmond Writing Center website offers helpful information throughout all stages of the writing process, such as creating thesis statements, editing drafts, using proper punctuation marks, and understanding common styles of documentation.
The Writing Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has created several handouts on topics such as brainstorming, evaluating sources, and avoiding the passive voice. There are also handouts for specific writing assignments, such as annotated bibliographies and literature reviews.
The Writing Across the Curriculum link connects you to information on writing-intensive course designs, writing assignments from a variety of disciplines, WAC faculty seminars, and stories about the academic life at Salisbury University written by SU professors.