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Written Communication Guide

Research Basics

Written Communication Research - A Starting Point

Wow! You have a lot of writing and research to do in this class and this guide exists to make it all a little easier. 

New to academic research? Get the details with this brief introduction to the research process:


Your Assignments

The following links give you information on using the different types of methods (defining, describing, explaining processes) for your essay. They are created by the University of Minnesota. 

Creating Annotated Bibliographies can be FUN!
Check out our guide dedicated to our favorite type of bibliography!

Informative Essays are also sometimes called "Expository Essays". Here are some resources on this type of writing:

Check out these pages at the University of Chapel Hill's Writing Center as you're devising your argumentative essay
 1. Argument                     
   2. Evidence               
    3. Fallacies                

Books & Textbooks

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Looking for a TEXTBOOK? Search by title, instructor, or course name to view available textbooks for your discipline. 



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