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Topic Guide - Writing Resources: Other Styles

For research purposes, the guides of the William G. Squires Library include a wide variety of materials representing a wide variety of viewpoints. Attempts have been made to include resources that integrate the Christian faith with learning.

Writing Center

The Writing Center is located in the Watkins Building, room 101. 

Lee University’s Writing Center exists to help students improve as writers. Trained writing tutors accomplish this goal through collaboration and conversation, not through “correcting” students’ papers for them. Students may schedule an appointment at the Writing Center to meet with a trained writing tutor to ask questions about problems or concerns they may be having with their writing assignments.  Tutors can help students develop their thesis, organize their ideas, and assist with citation, editing and proofreading.  Please take advantage of this helpful service offered to you as a Lee student.

The Writing Center is available to on-campus students and for distance students.  If you have questions or concerns about your writing projects, please take advantage of this valuable resource to help you improve your writing skills. 
 

To sign up for an appointment, click here.  Or learn more by watching these informational videos:    

ACS-American Chemical Society

ACS-American Chemical Society Books

AMA-American Medical Association

AP-Associated Press

APSA-American Political Science Association

ASA-American Sociologial Association

ASA Quick Style Guide (pdf)
By the American Sociological Association, based on the 1997 edition

ASA Style Guide
By Buffalo State.

Bluebook (Legal Citation)

UPI-United Press International

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