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The nuts and bolts of college writing

The nuts and bolts of college writing
The online Nuts and Bolts Guide is free for individual use, but its content is copyrighted and all rights are reserved by Hackett Publishing Company. Teachers and institutions wishing to make use the guide as an academic or professional resource (for instance by mentioning it in a course syllabus or training materials) may do so free of charge simply by sending notice to the author at michael.harvey@washcoll.edu. The printed version of Nuts and Bolts is forthcoming from Hackett Publishing. When it is published in March 2002, the best way to use it will be to assign the online and paperback versions in tandemDesigned for students and others who want (or need) to improve their writing skills, this guide covers the process of writing from the thinking and planning stages to the finished product. Research, style, structure, and mechanics are all covered in this comprehensive guide. Unlike many such guides which focus on English and English literature course requirements, this one uses a "writing-across-the-curriculum perspective." Prepared by a business management professor at Washington College (Chestertown, Maryland). - mg Subjects: Report writing. Copyright 2001 by Librarians' Index to the Internet, lii.org
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