Search in the catalogue by Subject:
- The student's guide to writing economics
- Writing public policy : a practical guide to communicating in the policy making process
- Writing Clearly
- Show me the numbers : designing tables and graphs to enlighten
- The Wall Street journal guide to information graphics : the dos and don'ts of presenting data, facts, and figures
Use the excellent resource OWL - Purdue University's Online Writing Lab.
Under Academic Writing, explore:
- Essay Writing: defines and outlines the structure of
- Expository essays
- Descriptive essays
- Narrative essays
- Argumentative (Persuasive) essays
- The Writing Process
- Creating a Thesis Statement
- Developing an Outline
- Quoting, Paraphrasing and Summarizing
Citing your sources
It is essential to understand how and when to use citations in your essays and projects to ensure the Academic Integrity of your work. Good help is available!
- Research and Citation - Guides to citation styles from OWL.
- Citing Your Sources - Carleton's general guide to resources on all the main styles including video links.
- The Chicago Manual of Style Online
- Citation Guide - an excellent guide to citing business sources in Chicago Style from Harvard Business School.
- Citing Data & Statistics