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Useful ENGL 200 Links

Here is a list of websites, links, and resources that maybe useful to ENGL 200 (and other classes). Sites are listed by category and alphabetically. Please suggest appropriate links to be added or report any broken links via email.


Andrea A. Lunsford - The Everyday Writer

Ask Betty @ UW - Grammar for College Writers

Dave's ESL Cafe

Diane Hacker - A Writer's Reference

The Elements of Style Online

Internet TESL Journal’s ESL Resources

Merriam-Webster Dictionary Online

Oxford English Dictionary Online

Purdue University's Online Writing Lab (OWL)

Roget's Thesaurus

Rong-Chang Li's English as a Second Language (ESL) Resources

UW's Center for Learning and Undergraduate Enrichment (CLUE)

UW’s English Language Program (ELP) Student Resources

UW's Odegaard Writing and Research Center

UW's Other Writing Resources and Writing Centers


Alex Catalogue of Electronic Texts

Bartlett's Familiar Quotations Online

The Biographical Dictionary

English and Foreign Language Dictionaries

The Internet's Best Electronic Desk Reference

The Library of Congress

Statistics Every Writer Should Know by Robert Niles

UW Libraries Reference & Research Tools

UW Library Research 101 Tutorial

UW Libraries Website & Catalog

Student Resources

Department of English CIC Online Student Guide

e.g. -- The UW's Journal of 100-Level Writing

Expository Writing Program at UW

UW Center for Career Services

UW's Center for Learning and Undergraduate Enrichment (CLUE)

UW Computing and Networking Services

UW Counseling Center

UW Disability Support Services

UW’s English Language Program (ELP) Student Resources

UW Hall Health Center

UW Office of Scholarly Integrity (OSI)

UW Student-Athlete Academic Services

UW Student Guide
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