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WCenter Resource Portal - High School Writing Centers - 1 views

    "High School Writing Centers" is a website with links to the websites of many high school writing centers, plus  books, journals, and articles.
Lee Ann Glowzenski

Journal of Writing Research - JoWR - 1 views

    "The Journal of Writing Research (JoWR) is an international peer reviewed journal that publishes high quality theoretical, empirical, and review papers covering the broad spectrum of writing research.

    The mandate of the Journal of Writing Research is:

    to publish excellent and innovative writing research drawn from a range of academic disciplines (e.g. psychology, linguistics, pedagogy, design studies, communication studies, information and communication technology, learning and teaching)
    to stimulate interdisciplinary writing research
    to be fully international
    to apply high academic standards, including double blind peer review
    to share knowledge through open access
Lee Ann Glowzenski

The Writing Instructor | A networked journal and digital community for writers and teac... - 0 views

    "The Writing Instructor is a peer-reviewed journal publishing in print since 1981 and on the Internet since June, 2001. Its distinguished editorial board consists of over 150 scholars- teachers- writers representing over 75 universities, community colleges, and K-12 schools. For more information about acceptance rates, the anonymous peer-review process, guidelines for review committees, and the editorial board, please read our Editorial FAQs or contact us."
Lee Ann Glowzenski

NES Grammar Resources - 1 views

    crowdsourcing handbooks and other resources designed for speakers of English as a first language
Ros Woodhouse

Academic Phrasebank - 2 views

    NB This resource was based on a corpus of graduate dissertations.

    "The Academic Phrasebank is a general resource for academic writers. It aims to provide you with examples of some of the phraseological 'nuts and bolts' of writing organised according to the main sections of a research paper or dissertation (see the top menu ). Other phrases are listed under the more general communicative functions of academic writing (see the menu on the left). The resource should be particularly useful for writers who need to report their research work.The phrases, and the headings under which they are listed, can be used simply to assist you in thinking about the content and organisation of your own writing, or the phrases can be incorporated into your writing where this is appropriate. In most cases, a certain amount of creativity and adaptation will be necessary when a phrase is used.The items in the Academic Phrasebank are mostly content neutral and generic in nature; in using them, therefore, you are not stealing other people's ideas and this does not constitute plagiarism. For some of the entries, specific content words have been included for illustrative purposes, and these should be substituted when the phrases are used.The resource was designed primarily for academic and scientific writers who are non-native speakers of English. However, native speaker writers may still find much of the material helpful. In fact, recent data suggest that the majority of users are native speakers of English. "
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