The following external resources may be useful to students seeking writing support:
Online Writing Lab at Purdue University
Commonly referred to as OWL Purdue, this resource provides up-to-date and detailed citation guides for APA, MLA, IEEE, and Chicago styles as well as information about grammar, job search writing, and learning ESL.
Excelsior Online Writing Lab
APA Style Blog
Affiliated with the American Psychological Association and run by APA experts, the APA Style Blog is a searchable archive of questions and answers pertaining to the use of APA style. For any non-standard citation questions or for detailed explanations of APA citation rules, this is a valuable resource.
Chicago-Style Citation Quick Guide
Provided by the Chicago Manual of Style online, the Chicago-Style Citation Quick Guide offers a straightforward and navigable overview of how to cite common types of sources using Chicago style.
IEEE Style Subject Guide at Murdoch University
Murdoch University's IEEE Style Guide offers a quick guide to basic IEEE citation format, commonly used in the engineering field.
Indigenous Elders and Knowledge Keepers Citation Guides at NorQuest College
While there are currently no formal APA or MLA citation formats for Indigenous Elders and Knowledge Keepers, NorQuest College Library has developed citation styles in both APA and MLA formats. Visit the Indigenous Elders and Knowledge Keepers APA guide and Indigenous Elders and Knowledge Keepers MLA guide.
Kwantlen Polytechnic University Indigenous Studies Citation Guide
This style guide modifies the NorQuest College citation guide for Indigenous Elders and Knowledge Keepers as per the recommendations of KPU Elder in Residence Lekeyten.
Indigenous Referencing Prototype: Non-Indigenous Authored Works
This resource provides suggestions for referencing Indigenous knowledge that has been historically recorded by non-Indigenous authors without appropriate attribution.
Four Feathers Writing Guide
This guide from Royal Roads University "respectfully presents traditional Coast Salish teachings and approaches to learning to support Indigenous students develop as academic writers."
Skills to Enhance Personal Success (STEPS)
Available to all UWindsor students, the STEPS program provides resources on topics such as note-taking, multiple-choice exams, test anxiety, and time management.
Career Development & Experiential Learning
The UWindsor office of Career Development & Experiential Learning offers workshops, appointments, and online resources to students on topics including resume and cover letter writing, interview strategies, and letters of intent.
International Student Centre
The International Student Centre offers support to all international students as well as students seeking international exchange opportunities.
Academic Data Centre
The Academic Data Centre can help students with data, GIS, and statistical analysis.
Math and Statistics Learning Centre
Students seeking additional math and statistics support can contact the Math and Statistics Learning Centre.
Writing Support Desk on Blackboard
To access the resources of the UWindsor Writing Support Desk via Blackboard, including downloadable PowerPoint slides on a variety of writing and citation topics, please email firstname.lastname@example.org from your UWindsor student email account.