We all appreciate support as we grow as readers, writers, teachers, and speakers. To this end, we provide the list of resources below to help you enhance your practice, advance your craft, and achieve your goals. Enter a keyword to find a specific resource, or use the dropdown filters to browse by audience, type of resource, or location.


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Tools for Teaching (by Barbara Gross Davis, Jossey-Bass, Publishers), Chapter 24, "Helping Students Write Better in All Courses," is available online.  (You need a CalNet ID to access the publication via this link.)
Of particular use on the Trinity College Writing Center site are the links to reseach sites, including sites for full-text citations.
The site offers information about the UC Berkeley Reading and Composition (R&C) Requirement, including information for departments wishing to initiate an R&C course, administrative information for teaching or preparing to teach an R&C course, and resources for instructors who are teaching such courses.
The University of Toronto's Writing Center offers writing guides covering topics such as essay organization and proper use of quotations.
Paste your own text into the Web Vocabulary Profiler to view an analysis of the type of words used, from the 2000 most frequently used words in English, and from the Academic Word List of words most frequently used in academic texts across the disciplines.
WebGrammar is a vast and useful site, offering thousands of links to resources for writers.  It's not just about grammar; there are research tools here for subjects across the curriculum.
Perhaps you are like us, college instructors who expect your students to read extensively and carefully, and you’re wondering how the Internet and digital devices are affecting your students’ ability to do those things. If so, we welcome you to the discussion.
The Writing Center at Virginia Tech's site features a grammar hotline that will answer questions about grammar via email or phone.  It's open to the public.