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ATU Writer
ATU Writer 2019 is a collection of essays written by Tech students in English Comp I classes and edited by Nancy Cox, instructor of English. These are arranged by mode: three-point enumeration, narration, description, process, division and classification, definition, comparison/contrast, and argumentation. Read them to get inspired or to understand better the structure in each mode.
ATU Online Writing Lab
The ATU Online Writing Lab is a free course in Blackboard. Follow these instructions to enroll.
Arkansas Tech Writing 14th edition
For the advanced level of technical writing, check the Arkansas Tech Writing 14th edition edited by Carl Brucker, Professor of English and Head of the English Department. This is is a collection of assignments written by former Tech students in Technical Writing classes. The essays are arranged by mode. Writing strategies, skills, and practices conclude the text. 
All Styles & Writing Tools 
  • Citing Sources
    The site has been updated to include the APA Publication Manual (6th ed.) and the MLA Handbook (7th ed.)
  • The OWL at Purdue
    The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue offers information about how to write and cite correctly.
  • Citing References in Your Paper
    The Writing Center Web site lists the major citation styles. It gives detailled examples in each style for each format.
  • Common Errors in English Usage
    This site is very comprehensive and easy to search with .