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Resources for Writers

Did you know...

that a writing project isn't completed all at once?

  • there are actually multiple steps to go through before you hand in your paper or assignment
  • the Writing Centre is here to help you develop skills that will make each stage of the process easier for you

We want everyone to be stronger, more confident writers; that's why we've created this collection of resources you can access anywhere and anytime.

Resources for Everyone

You can use any of these resources, but to help you find exactly what you're looking for we've marked our links with icons:

A globe  means that a resource is good for most writers, especially those taking English 10, 20, 30 or above

 

The letters a, b, and c in a small box  means that a resource is great for Upgrading for ESL Youth, Humanities Prep, and some English 10 students, or if you're learning about a new writing skill and don't want to be overwhelmed by details

 

  means that a resource is excellent for students who do not use English as a first language

 

A book under a magnifying glass  means that a resource is good for those writing research or other upper-level assignments

The Writing Process

Want more resources?

Try looking through the subject guides on NorQuest Library's website! Find more writing resources and get information specific to your course or program in these collections managed by librarians and tutors.