These are the key documents to help you with written assignments.
Follow through these items to review the process of writing, or browse by topic to find a specific area you want to review.Please note in this "Writing Process" section only the portion of Tongue and Quill that directly applies to the given topic is presented. The entire Tongue and Quill .pdf can be accessed in the "Additional Resources" section below
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Before you begin to write, you should review the original assignment and the rubric to ensure you have a solid understanding of the purpose of the assignment and what is expected. Also, be sure to allow some time at the end of the process to reread the assignment and rubric and then review your essays to ensure your paper is answering the right question, the right way. Rubrics vary by course so the assignment and specific rubric for your course both need to be accessed from your course menu.
You can use the ideas of others to support your arguments, but you must give them credit. This section provides information that will help you support your arguments more effectively and provide the proper credit to others.
The OLMP program requires a Research paper as part of the Masters degree. The idea of writing a research paper can be intimidating. The guides in this section should help remove the mystery and give you a clear plan on how to navigate the path to completing your research paper
This section contains several outstanding websites to help you becomes an even better writer
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