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Recommended Links to Improve Your Writing Skills

Recommended Print Resources

  • DiYanni, R., & Hoy, P. C. (2008). Occasions for writing: evidence, idea, essay. Boston, MA: Thomson/Heinle. (PE1417 .D5796 2008)
  • Hamp-Lyons, L., & Heasley, B. (2006). Study writing: a course in writing skills for academic purposes. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press. (PE1408 .H325 2006)
  • Jordan, R. R. (1992). Academic writing course. Surrey, England: Nelson English Language Teaching. (PE1408 .J67 1992)
  • Kirton, B., & McMillan, K. (2007). Just write: an easy-to-use guide to writing at university. New York, NY: Routledge. (PE1408 .K677 2007)
  • Moore, K. M., & Cassel, S. L. (2011). Techniques for college writing: the thesis statement and beyond. Boston, MA: Wadsworth Pub Co. (LB2369 .M66 2011)
  • Ng, P. P. T. (2003). Effective writing: a guide for social science students. Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press. (H62 .N338 2003)


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