All good writers take advantage of the resources available to them, whether that resource is a reader for an essay or a nearby dictionary. In the following list, we've tried to collect together some of the resources that we've found most helpful for writers (and teachers of writing).
ChatGPT Resources for Educations (and Students): a collection of resources related to AI-generated writing.
Writing Spaces: an online collection of essays about writing from teachers of writing--geared towards a student audience.
Sound Writing is an open handbook from the University of Puget Sound. They cover a range of topics for writers and provide a wealth of suggestions and examples.
Check out the Writing Guides from Harvard. Here's one for writing mathematics.
Designing Your Resume: A video presentation from Career Services. (You have eight seconds to make an impression--how do you do that?)
And don't forget about the Wittenberg Writing Center. The Writing Center plays a key role in enhancing and validating the importance of writing at Wittenberg. Knowledgeable, professional student writing advisors provide consultation for all Wittenberg students, staff, and faculty engaged in all types of writing at all levels of ability. The Writing Center offers an inviting, personal atmosphere where individuals can both develop successful writing skills and foster these skills in others. Visit the Writing Center to talk with an advisor about any writing assignment, at any stage of the writing process. Located in the lower level of Thomas Library.