Recommended Writing LinksGuide to Writing and Grammar This award-winning guide covers issues from the use of a, an, and the through the complexities of the argumentative essay. There are over 170 computer-graded quizzes to test your knowledge, and a place to submit questions about grammar and writing.
Sentence Sense Based on a published textbook by Capital Professor Evelyn Farbman, Sentence Sense is a complete online program in basic writing skills. It contains over 200 interactive exercises, pre-tests, practice and review sessions, and mastery tests.
Purdue University Online Writing Lab Covers the "how to" of different writing assignments.
Avoiding Plagiarism also from the Purdue University On-Line Writing Lab.
Writer's Web Maintained by the Writing Center of the University of Richmond
Advice on Academic Writing
Paradigm: Online Writing Assistant
Some Suggestions for Writing Papers about Literature Recommendations that the English faculty at Capital has agreed upon for students writing about literature.
Capital's Guide to Proofreading Symbols and Abbreviations An aid for students wondering what those squiggly marks are all over their papers and for instructors wondering what marks they should use.
The Internet Grammar of English explains the functions and relations of word classes in English sentences, in order to teach readers the principles and rules governing grammatical structure.
Elements of Style
Modern English Grammar
"How to Critically Analyze Information Sources," a tutorial from Cornell University