ven the best writers sometimes get stuck and need a little outside help. Wherever you are in the writing process, resources are available - both on-campus and off-, both face-to-face and electronic.
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- Queens College Writing Center
- The Writing Center offers one-on-one tutoring on any subject. Visit their page to learn about the services they provide or to make an appointment.
- Writing Across the Curriculum
- The Writing Across the Curriculum program maintains a collection of student resources - handouts, links, and advice on all facets of writing. In addition, the WAC program houses the CUNY Writing Fellows, CUNY PhD students who are trained in helping individual students with written assignments.
- CUNY WriteSite
- The CUNY WriteSite gives guidance on the stages of writing a paper, along with advice on grammar and style and links to writing resources around the web.
- Study Skills Self-Help Information
- This guide, from Virginia Tech, gives advice on conquering some of the finer points of writing and studying, such as time-management, note-taking, concentration, and proofreading.
- The Elements of Style
- The Elements of Style (sometimes known as "Strunk and White", after its authors) is a tried-and-true guide to effective writing in any arena. The Writing Well section of this site is an adaptation of some parts of The Elements of Style especially for writers of sociology papers.