writing programs exist on high school, college, and university campuses.
Other helpful sites on the Internet include information on composition
theory, practice, and pedagogy. The links that follow organize these sites
into various categories. If you know of any additional sites that should
be added, of a site that should be dropped, or of a site that should be
categorized differently, please contact the program administrators.
AND WRITING CENTERS
through an extensive alphabetically arranged list of academic
writing centers. It provides a great way to see what others in
the field are doing in their centers, and it allows viewers to
examine a wide range of operating techniques and diverse programs.
FOR STUDENT WRITERS
in this collection are mostly resources from different programs, and the
material they offer can benefit not only student writers, but all writers.
There is information on grammar, style, research, plus advice on other
aspects of writing.
TOOLS FOR WRITING
is a short list of organizations who provide support and resources
for writing professionals and links to job listings in the U.S.A.
ENGLISH AS A SECOND
LANGUAGE (ESL) RESOURCES
is a great site for ESL instructors and students who speak or
are learning English as a second language. It has something for
a diverse audience: help for learners, teachers, job lists, etc.
are several on-line journals listed here with plenty of variety.
Anyone interested in conversing with others about writing should
find this a list worth looking at. On-line journals are a great
way to communicate with others of a similar interest, and users
can choose to contribute their thoughts or learn what others
have to say about writing.
GENERAL INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE
eclectic collection is great fun to explore. There is information
available on a variety of topics for every kind of writer, from
the expository to the creative.