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ASC: Supports for Students - Writing Centre

Learn On Your Own

The Writing Centre offers many online learning opportunities for students.

We have created LEARN modules to help you develop your writing skills independently on a range of topics, including: 

Taking 2-3 hours to complete, these modules include a variety of information on writing skills and strategies that you can practice and apply immediately to your coursework. Information about the content for each module and how to enroll is included at the links above.

In addition to the LEARN modules developed by Red River College, you can view a series of modules on grammar and writing created by The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT). These modules offer information, strategies, exercises, and quizzes to help you improve as a writer! These modules can be found on the NAIT Learning Services website


You can also read through the following online resources for more information and writing skills development: 

Online Resources

Writing      Citing, Referencing, and Formatting Grammar

The Writing Process 

Assignment Planner 

Instruction Words

Outlining   

Mind-Mapping 

Mind-Mapping Tool  

Thesis Statements 

Introduction and conclusions

Paragraphs 

Sentence Structure 

Paraphrasing 

Summarizing 

Logical Connectors 

Arguments

Editing 

Revising 

Professional Emails

APA 

OWL Purdue

APA Blog 

Appropriate Level of Citation 

Numbering

Sentence and Title Case 

APA Sample Paper

APA 6 and 7 Comparison

MLA

OWL Purdue 

MLA Website

MLA Sample Paper

Chicago

OWL Purdue

CMS Sample Paper

IEEE

OWL Purdue

IEEE Manual

Vancouver Style

AMA Style

Subject-Verb Agreement

Sentence Clauses

Verb Tenses

Parts of Speech

Commas, Colons, Semicolons

10 Common Grammatical Mistakes

Apostrophe Rules

Articles

Run On Sentences