Writing Center Infographics and ‘Zines
- APA Infographic
- Body Paragraph Infographic
- Compare Contrast Infographic
- Conclusion Infographic
- Introduction Infographic
- Organization Infographic
- This is for You ‘Zine (Spring 2020)
Online Writing Assistance
- The Writing Center’s Youtube channel: virtual workshops by Carthage Writing Fellows
- Grammarly Pro: online grammar assistance (access via OneLogin)
- Purdue Online Writing Lab: handouts on popular academic writing topics
- How to Write Better: a fundamental guide to writing, a good starting point for students new to academic writing
- Carthage’s Online Writing Center (WCOnline): asynchronous writing support from Carthage Writing Fellows
- APSA Style Manual
- The Writing Center’s Thesis Guide
- Be Informed: The Consequences: Understand the Carthage policy regarding cheating (do you know what “unauthorized collusion” is?) and the possible consequences of plagiarism.
What style are you using? MLA is often used in humanities courses such as English and Literature, while APA is used in social sciences such as Psychology and Business. If you’re unsure, ask your professor. Above all, be consistent.
Be cautious of using automatic citation generators, such as EasyBib or the citation tool on Microsoft Word. The formatting information available through such sites may be incorrect or out of date; if you do use them, check your citations against a respected writing source - many of which can be found in the Writing Center.
Come to the Writing Center to ensure that your citations are correctly formatted. If your professor gave special citation instructions, be sure to bring those in.