Writing Links and Resources appear below. The links open new windows to the referenced Web sites.
Writing and study skills links can be found on our College Study Skills Online website.
First Year Seminar Writing Guidelines and Links are posted on the FYS Web page. The FYS Handbook is also a great writing resource for Mercer students. Questions about Mercer's Honor Code and plagiarism may be researched on the Honor Council Web pages.
The Guide to Grammar and Writing provides rules and information on sentence structure, punctuation, and grammar. The site features a search engine, interactive quizzes, and sample essays. Also, you may submit questions about grammar and writing.
Merriam-Webster OnLine: The Language Center features a dictionary and thesaurus look-up service along with spelling help.
Purdue University's OWL: Online Writing Lab is a comprehensive resource. You will find handouts and presentations on writing (grammar, research, resumes, etc.) and links to many other internet resources.
Information about style manuals and links to recommended online style guides can be found on the Style Manuals page of the Jack Tarver Library website.
Refer to Diana Hacker's Research and Documentation Online for advice on MLA, APA, Chicago, and CBE citation styles.
These sites are not part of the Academic Resource Center or the Mercer University Web server. Therefore, Mercer University is not responsible for their content. If you have any problems or questions, please email the Academic Resource Center at email@example.com.