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California Community Colleges, Chancellor's Office Resources:
Essential Study Skills Wikispace Resources:
Handbook for Writers
Writing for Success
Cardiff University, University Library Service: "Paraphrasing and Summarizing"
Brock University: BrockLibrary: "What Is Plagiarism and How to Avoid It"
Allison Schroll's "Transitional Devices"
Lauren Patty's "Types of Essays
David Hunter's "Elements of Expository Essays"
Australian College of Applied Psychology: ACAP Student Learning Support: "Reflective Writing"
Yeditepe University Writing Center Wikispace: "How to Write a Research Paper"
Humboldt State University Wikispace: "Writing Introductions and Conclusions"
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Comparative Media Studies: "Resources for Writers: Introduction Strategies"
The Pennsylvania State University, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Resources:
powers806: "Steps for Planning to Write an Argument"
Literacy4DS: "Active Reading"
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle/WSBCTC Resources:
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Writing Center Resources:
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