What the editing marks on your papers mean
CSUS Student Writing Handbook (pdf) (I recommend you download and save in an accessible place for easy reference.)
On-line Help for Writing Academic
APA Crib Sheet, 6th ed. (PDF)Other writing issues such as grammar, punctuation, common errors:
APA Headings Cheatsheet
APA Style Blog (I heartily recommend this resource; use the search on the right of the page to get answers to your citation questions)
If you need APA format assistance (for another course), this site is helpful.
A part of the webster.commnet site above, this portion is specifically devoted to technical concerns
of appropriate, and precise writing. It provides help at the sentence, paragraph and essay levels of writing.
This is an extensive set of handouts explaining everything from how to use a comma to how to write an essay.
The listing is thorough and easy to use.
Scroll to the bottom of the page to "enter." You will then find an alphabetical list of common writing
errors explained in brief notes. Easy to use.
If you can't think of a word you want, but you can describe to what it relates, OneLook's reverse dictionary
lets you describe a concept and get back a list of words and phrases related to that concept.
This is a
handy site. I recommend you use the Social Sciences tab--that's
where you'll find communication