- Writing at Princeton
- Writing the JP: The Handbook
This guide to writing the Junior Paper is distributed to students at the beginning of their junior year. Copies are also available in the Writing Center.
- Academic Integrity at Princeton: A Guide to Campus Resources
- Academic Integrity at Princeton
This booklet contains guidance on plagiarism, false citation, and unauthorized multiple submission. It is distributed to all entering students; hard copies are also available through the Office of the Dean of the College.
- Research and Documentation Online by Diana Hacker
- Citation Manuals and Guidelines
- Advice on Academic Writing
- The Nuts and Bolts of College Writing is an "across the disciplines primer" in clear, forceful writing. Michael Harvey (the author) offers advice and guidance on technical issues as well as thesis, structure, and the connection between clear writing and clear thinking.
- Hand-Outs on Mechanical Issues
- Dave's ESL Café
This is a comprehensive site with suggestions, discussion boards, and so on for English as a Second (or Foreign) Language students and teacher. "Stuff for Students" includes a helpful dictionary of idioms (along with definitions and ways to explain them) and specific explanations of a few tricky grammatical issues.
- Purdue University's Online Writing Lab (OWL)
This site has an extensive set of hand-outs and exercises on basic issues that frequently plague writers whose native language is not English.
Research and Documentation in the Electronic Age, Third Edition. By Diana Hacker. Bedford/St. Martin's.
A Pocket Style Manual. By Diana Hacker. Bedford/St. Martin's.
The Craft of Research. By Wayne Booth, Gregory Colomb, and Joseph Williams. University of Chicago Press.
EasyWriter: A Pocket Guide. By Andrea Lunsford and Robert Connors. Bedford/St. Martin's.
The Craft of Revision. By Donald M. Murray. Heinle.
Style: Ten Lessons in Clarity and Grace. By Joseph Williams. Longman.
On Writing Well. By William Zinsser. HarperResource.