The research paper planner will provide you with resources and helpful tips to guide you through the steps of the research and writing process. To start, simply enter the dates that you plan to work on your paper.
The Writing Help Centre, located in room 142 of the Murray Library, offers free, one-on-one instruction in academic writing, online and in person. They also offer short writing workshops on topics such as punctuation, essay structure, documentation, and graduate writing.
The library offers a wide variety of workshops for undergrads and grad students to support academic learning. They are offered in-person and online. Recordings are also available if you can't catch them live.
Writing papers in university differs greatly from writing papers in high school. Research expectations at the university level may be different from what you're used to.
The following links will provide excellent explanations, descriptions, and help on making the adjustment to university level scholarly writing.
The purpose of this tutorial, is to help you better understand the expectations of you as a contributing member of the academic community. By completing this tutorial, you will become more confident in your understanding of your instructors’ (and the institution’s) expectations. You will also begin to develop the skills needed to communicate effectively within the community so that you can feel more prepared heading into your first term of study.