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The English Critical Essay
by Linda Hutcheon, Ph.D., and Nancy Kang A step-by-step set of instructions on
how to write a University-level English essay. Includes sections on
writing, organizing, proofreading, and documenting sources.
Terminology by A. G. Rigg, Ph.D. A comprehensive,
authoritative grammatical reference document. This document offers a
detailed, highly structured treatment of grammatical terminology.
Expectations, Guidelines, Advice, and Grading by
Jeannine DeLombard, Ph.D., and Dan White, Ph.D. Detailed
guidelines for students, used at Toronto and in the United States
Resources at the University of Toronto
of Toronto Writing Centre
Advice on Academic Writing A resource for University
students, prepared by Dr. Margaret Procter. Includes
on-line documents on reading and note-taking, how to write common
academic assignments, and links to other writing resources.
Not to Plagiarize An important practical document,
which defines "plagiarism" and informs students how to avoid
Other Campus Writing Centres
Resources outside the University of Toronto
Dictionary does not know the words "internet"
or "webmaster," but does know "compact disc." This
is a quick, easy to use dictionary with an integrated thesaurus.
Documenting Electronic Sources
Collections of Writing Links
|Web site by Dennis G. Jerz and Ian Lancashire
Last modified: March 14, 2002
|University of Toronto English Library
Ian Lancashire (Director)