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Guilford College Writing Manual

College writing is different than any writing you’ve ever done before. It’s deeper, it’s livelier, and, supposedly, better than anything you did in high school.

The Guilford Writing Manual is here to help you with your writing skills. It has everything from finding materials to polishing your writing style to why you should want to write well in the first place. Also, there are links to the The Learning Commons on campus and noted scholarly sites at institutions of higher learning all over the world.

However, if you can’t find the answer to your question here, don’t hesitate to call your favorite English professor. They are here to help you!

Why write? Organization
How College Writing is Different Style
The Writing Scene at Guilford Grammar
Types of College Writing Revising
General Expectations Peer Editing
College-Level Reading Preparing Your Manuscript
The Writing Process Plagiarism
Getting Material Sample Student Papers
Doing Research Resources

 

This manual was prepared by Jeff Jeske of the Guilford College English Department