Writing & Style Guides:
- Citations and Style Guides (UNT Libraries)--Tools for finding the correct style guide and citation formats for your discipline, and managing your research sources and bibliographies.
- Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)--provides an excellent review of important academic writing concepts such as logic, conciseness, variety, word-choice, and citation standards.
- Scholarly Voice: Overview (Walden University)-- a clear, well-organized review of academic style.
- Traditional Academic Writing (Bradford University)--a number of short guides, info-sheets, tips, and exercises.
- Academic Writing for Graduate Students: Essential Tasks and Skills--textbook aimed particularly at non-native English speakers.
- Style: Ten Lessons in Clarity and Grace--a classic guide to clear, concise, and effective prose.
Useful Tools for Scholarly Writers:
- RefWorks: a citation management program that allows you to generate citations & bibliographies in a variety of formats; see our online tutorials for additional help
- WebCite is a membership-supported organization that allows an author or editor to take a snapshot of a Web resource cited within an article and cite that snapshot.
- perma.cc is similar to WebCite but dedicated just to legal literature
- Internet Archive's Wayback Machine take a snapshot on demand (see instructions)
- CrossRef lets you check whether a DOI exists for a given article, book, etc., so that you can insert them into citations