We have provided for your benefit;a variety of helpful handouts to aid in your personal writing process. Each of the handouts on this page were put together by our very own writing tutors in order to aid students in some of the more specific writing problems that often occur. Should you need extra help, feel free to make an appointment to discuss any specific hang up that you may have. Another good idea may be to go talk with your professor, as they may have a variety of handouts and are more than willing to help you through the process. If you still need some extra help, there are plenty of extremely helpful handouts here.
Helpful instructions and tips for wrapping up that paper.
Ethos, Logos and Pathos can sometimes be confusing. We'll help you clear things up a bit.
Having trouble moving from point to point? This handout should give you a hand.
Breaking down how to begin a paragraph so that you can best guide your audience.
Here are some quick tips for writing scientific lab reports.
Writing for the sciences requires concision and awareness of subject matter. This handout will help you organize what you're writing before you get started.
How to make an argument using logic rather than topics.
Under pressure: timed writing as a tool for showing off
Here are two examples provided here and here.