The Writing Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an instructional service that provides online resources for writers and educators in need of writing assistance.
The Chicago Manual of Style —with more than 2,000 hyperlinked paragraphs online—is an authoritative reference work for authors, editors, proofreaders, indexers, copywriters, designers, and publishers.
The Learning Common’s Citation Management Tools offers websites that explain how to cite resources using the most popular citation styles—APA, Chicago, and MLA.
This guide outlines the multiple steps in the research process—from developing a topic to crediting sources —that will help students complete their research papers.
News You Can Use from the Eccles Library contains information from the U.S. Naval War College Library. Check the Blog for posts about resources, instruction classes, new books, highlights from the legacy print collections, and more.
Persistent Links, also known as Permalinks, PURLs, or Stable URL’s, are URL’s that link directly to electronic resources such as journal articles, ebooks, or electronic resources.
The Online Writing Lab at Purdue University houses resources and instructional material for students, community members, and users worldwide to find information helpful to their writing projects.
General information on dictionaries & thesauri, almanacs, writing & style guides, maps & charts, Internet search engines, and the like.
These Research Guides introduce library users to important resources available to them and serve as a starting place to learn how to use the online catalog and electronic resources.
This Research Guide helps patrons of the NWC Library make the most of their library experience by introducing important electronic resources and collections available to them.
Primo VE Search is a search with access to subscription-based and freely accessible materials, including articles, books, and other resources available through this Library.