Shelton State Community College
Languages and Communication Division
Online Writing Resources for Composition and Survey Courses

Reviewing Basic Concepts of Grammar and Mechanics


Guide to Grammar and Writing. This is another page that provides explanations of basic grammatical concepts.

Selecting a General Topic (Note: Please ask your instructor first if the topic that you select from the sites listed below is acceptable.)


Reviewing the Basics of Academic Writing
The Elements of Style. Writer's handbook.

Purdue Online Writing Laboratory. This web site is dedicated to providing writing resources, including writing process, grammar and editing handouts.
 
Documenting Sources
Documenting Sources. This page provides a sample paper using MLA format. The sample paper is PDF formatted, so you will need a PDF reader such as Adobe to open the document.


Avoiding Plagiarism
Plagiarism.This page offers the definition of plagiarism and shows examples of unacceptable and acceptable forms of paraphrasing.


Viewing Samples of the Different Modes of Writing


In addition to the sites above, there is also an online companion web site for your textbook. The web site is designed to provide numerous exercises and information to assist you with your writing.

ENG 093: Odyssey: From Paragraph to Essay

ENG 101/102: Successful College Writing

ENG 251: The American Tradition in Literature, Volume 1

ENG 252: The American Tradition in Literature, Volume 2

ENG 261/262: Norton Online Archive, Norton Topics Online

Maintained by Shurrun Varner, English Instructor, Shelton State Community College. Updated November 16, 2005