Below are writing resources specifically crafted for graduate students:

  • Graduate Paper Structure
    Elements of Graduate Papers

    Paragraph Structure

    Scholarly Sources

    • Here is a video crafted by Carnegie Vincent Library of the difference between scholarly and popular sources
    • Click here to find the databases provided by the Ingram Library to find scholarly sources. 

    Annotated Bibliography

    • Here is how to construct an APA annotated bibliography by the Tanner Health System School of Nursing.
    • Here is how to construct an MLA annotated bibliography.
    Additional Resources:

    For grammatical concerns and paper structure, check out these writing resources.

  • Literature Review
    Literature Reviews

    Queensland University of Technology defines a literature review as "a critical analysis of published sources, or literature, on a particular topic. It is an assessment of the literature and provides a summary, classification, comparison and evaluation."

    Here is a step-by-step guide of how to structure a Literature Review provided by the Tanner Health System School of Nursing.

    Here is also an example of how to writing a literature review from UNC-Chaple Hill.

  • Discussion Posts
    Discussion Posts

    Tanner Health System School of Nursing created a document on how to craft a graduate-level discussion post.

  • Dissertation and Thesis
    Dissertation and Thesis

    Here is the link to the handbook for the guidelines on formatting dissertations and theses from the UWG Graduate School.

  • Oral Exit Exam
    Oral Exit Exam

    Quick Guide to preparing for a graduate oral exam

Here is the link to further resources provided by the University for graduate students.