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Need help with writing your paper. Try one of these resources.
Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)
Probably the best known online source that provides assistance with all types of writing. Also provides extensive resources for APA style.
(Currently covers APA 6th edition, with APA 7th expected in Spring 2020)
WPUNJ Writing Center
The Writing Center provides one-on-one tutoring for students in any stage of writing. Sessions typically take 30 to 60 minutes, and can cover style, logic, voice, transitions, grammar, and organization. They do not proofread students' work. The Writing Center can be found on the main campus in Atrium 128, or at the Valley Road building, V3048.
What is a Literature Review
A Literature Review is NOT a research paper, nor is it an annotated bibliography. This tutorial will help you understand what a Literature Review is.
Conducting a Literature Review in Education & Behavioral Sciences
In four modules this tutorial defines the nature of a literature review, compares review and research articles, suggests how to finding these resources and recommends strategies for developing the literature review. While some parts of Module 3 are specific to Adelphi, most of the information is general to all literature reviews. The entire tutorial takes less than one hour to complete.
From San Diego State University this tutorial provides strategies to help you learn how to paraphrase properly. It takes about 30 minutes to complete.
Provides examples of what constitutes plagiarism, safe practices, sample exercises and best practices for teachers to help avoid plagiarism. From Purdue University's Online Writing Lab (OWL).
Avoiding Plagiarism @ WPU
This short (6 minute) video gives you the basics of what plagiarism is and how to avoid it. Developed by the Cheng Library of William Paterson University.
Plagiarism Court: You be the Judge
This ten-question quiz tests your knowledge of plagiarism. Available in Flash, HTML or animated this quiz was developed by the librarians at Fairfield University (CT).
Developed by the creators of Turnitin (plagiarism detection software) this website explains what plagiarism is, how teachers can help students avoid plagiarism, as well as how and when to cite. Links to online citation guides are provided.