Helpful Writing Resource Websites
Be sure to double check your citations if you use a citation generator!
Helpful Handouts and Citations for:
- Check out this handout on thesis statements to help you figure out your thesis statement.
- Creating a GREAT Thesis Statement (Created by Michael Gentry, Tutoring Center Director, BYU Idaho)
- Keep using “According to” to introduce every text? Check out these Verbs for Signal Phrases to help you mix it up a little!
For Specific Types of Writing
- Checklist for writing research papers (adopted from Lisa Baglione “How to Write a Research Paper”). Includes what your Intro, Lit Review, Methods, Analysis, Discussion, and Conclusion sections should all have.
Especially for Multilingual Writers (ESL)
The Writing Center works with multilingual writers, but those who want to work on specific language skills (outside of or beyond paper writing) should get to know Amy Jacobson, who provides English language assistance. Amy can help with English language concerns from written grammar to conversation to pronunciation to vocabulary. She works with students in the academic support suite of the Student Success Center along with the Center for Academic Resources and the Writing Center. In addition, multilingual writers might find the following sites useful: