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Writing and Research

Writing and Research LibGuide

Students struggle with writing and research in their academic life. This guide is here to help. Everything from writing resources to research advice is included - have fun exploring.


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Writing Survey

Writing Style Questionnaire

Tell us how you are doing with writing styles.
1. Do you feel comfortable with using the writing styles as required by your professors i.e. APA, MLA, or Chicago Style? *
I have no problem with using these writing styles.
I know the basics but struggle with the details.
I need assistance with these styles.
I am totally lost.
2. If you require assistance, where do you go for help? (Check all that apply) *
Google or the Internet
APA, MLA, Chicago Style Web Sites
OWL (Online Writing Lab) at Purdue
LRC Reference Shelf - Writing Center
Online Courses - LRC Subject Resources
Online Courses - ASC Online Writing Labs
Online Courses - ASC Additional Tools
Online Courses - Your Online Classroom
Someone in the Academic Skills Center
Someone in the library
Your Professor
Other Warner Faculty or Staff
Friends or co-workers
3. What part of the writing process is the most difficult for you?
What to write about. (topics - see question 4)
How to write my paper.
How to format my paper.
How to do a title page.
How to write a thesis sentence or thesis statement.
How to do an outline.
How to do an abstract.
How to do in-text citations or footnotes.
How to do a bibliography.
4. Do you know how to do research? *
I am familiar with searching techniques and research methods.
I have trouble narrowing my topic.
I have trouble finding the right search terms.
I have trouble finding enough authoritative sources.
I have trouble finding different types of sources.
5. When looking for information for my paper, I generally use (check all that apply): *
Internet Search Engines (i.e. Google)
Google Scholar
LRC Electronic Resources
LRC Physical Resources i.e. Books, Journals, etc.
Blogs, Wikis, Tweets, etc.
Facebook or Other Social Networks
Florida Electronic Library
Company Web Sites
Government Web Sites

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