The Purdue OWL (online writing lab)
The most comprehensive online writing site we know! Visit this user-friendly site for help with MLA, APA, and other documentation styles; ELL writing; crafting thesis statements; avoiding plagiarism; writing a business letter; creating a resume; and almost any other writing issue you can think of.
Harvard's Writing Center Resources
Harvard's helpful handouts are divided into eighteen sections, each concerning some aspect of the writing process. See, for instance, "How to Read an Assignment," "How to Do a Close Reading," and "Beginning the Academic Essay."
University of Illinois Grammar Handbook
Want to brush up on your grammar? This site presents everything you need to know: parts of speech; phrases; clauses; sentence elements; and common usage problems.
University of Richmond Writing Center Resources
The Stages of the Writing Process Web helps students who learn visually organize their own writing process.
I created this packet to help beginning writers. It works like a mini Wadsworth with exercises that you can print off and work out on your own or with other writers. It's another resource there for writers that just need that little extra help or can't remember exactly what to do. Thus, I have compiled, in detail, many of the problem areas that beginning writers face. It provides visual examples along with hands on practice to help students identify what works for them in their writing processes. -Amie '10
Amie Arnoldussen's Writing Process Handout