Annotating a Text and Guidelines for Writing a Summary (both from the Hunter College Writing Center)
Elements of Academic Argument (Gordon Harvey)
The UNC’s Writing Center website has many useful and easy-to-read handouts that help with the writing process. You can find information there on the following topics (among others):
- Thesis Statements
- Paragraph Development
- Revising Drafts
- Editing and Proofreading
- Citation Resources
City Tech Library has a useful Guide to Research , which helps throughout the research process (designing research questions, finding sources).
The Baruch College (CUNY) Writing Center has an excellent compilation of online resources. In particular, they offer useful links under “Language” (for grammar, sentence-level issues, etc.).
You should also check out Purdue’s Online Writing Lab (OWL), which is an excellent resource for writers. In particular, its MLA Style Center will be useful, especially for in-text citations and Works Cited.
Writing Commons is also a wonderful open-access resource for all types of writing.