Guidance on writing for college, constructing an informed argument, choosing an appropriate topic, finding a rhetorical stance, considering structure, and using appropriate tone and style.
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These OWL resources will help you with the types of writing you may encounter while in college. The OWL resources range from rhetorical approaches for writing, to document organization, to sentence level work, such as clarity. For specific examples of writing assignments, please see the Common Writing Assignments area.
This resource covers using logic within writing—logical vocabulary, logical fallacies, and other types of logos-based reasoning.
This handout will define what an argument is and explain why you need one in most of your academic essays.
Sections Include: Using Dashes, commas, semicolons, coordinating conjunctions, conjunctive adverbs, subject-verb agreement, how to proofread, and twelve common errors.