Writing Resources

Below you’ll find resources to help you with your writing tasks, including Punctuation and Grammar links; MLA Citation Form help;  Intellectual Property and Plagiarism Self-Tests; and (at the bottom) information on the Hume Center for Writing and Speaking

Punctuation and Grammar Links

MLA Citation Form

Intellectual Property and Plagiarism self-tests

If you’re feeling a little shaky about what constitutes plagiarism or appropriate use of sources, you should visit Diana Hacker’s Bedford Handbook site to review.  Follow these steps:

Hume Center for Writing and Speaking

  • Make a half hour or hour appointment at the Hume Center (https://undergrad.stanford.edu/tutoring-support/hume-center) to meet with a writing tutor about any aspect of your writing and research, from brainstorming a topic, to looking for or evaluating a sources, to arranging your argument, generating or refining your thesis statement, integrating source material into a draft, or revising a draft.
  • The following Hume Tutors are PWR instructors or faculty and therefore have an extra level of expertise about PWR papers:
    • Paul Bator
    • Shay Brawn (has also taught a course on gaming)
    • Russ Carpenter
    • Erica Cirillo-McCarthy (Assistant Director of Hume)
    • Maxe Crandall
    • Kevin DiPirro
    • Erik Ellis
    • Norah Fahim
    • Meg Formato
    • Wendy Goldberg
    • Arturo Heredia
    • Shannon Hervey
    • Donna Hunter
    • Chris Kamrath
    • Clara Lewis
    • Kimberly Moekle
    • John Peterson
    • Sarah Pittock (Associate Director of the Hume Center)
    • Emily Polk
    • Becky Richardson
    • Carolyn Ross
    • Kim Savelson
    • Selby Schwartz
    • Ruth Starkman
    • Mary Stroud
    • Kathleen Tarr (experience with gaming as voiceover Actor and gamer)
    • Cassie Wright

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