Style and Formatting Links
From the OWL at Purdue University, these resources will help you to use the Modern Language Associations citation and format style, when writing essays. It contains resources on in-text citations, Works Cited pages, margins, fonts, sample papers, and more.
A guide for creating understandable and coherent paragraphs.
From the Writing Center at the University of Wisconsin, this page details some common writing mechanics errors, such as sentence fragments and incorrect punctuation, and offers guidance on how to correct and avoid common mistakes.
Some guidelines and templates for how create an argument that works within the context of existing information and effectively references evidence and data.
An article by William Zinsser that discusses the importance of eliminating clutter from writing.