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Discussion Question One - Check is a great tool, as is a...

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Discussion Question One What was your experience with the Center for Writing Excellence (CWE) in the past? I have always loved the CWE. You can find anything about writing an essay here. You have the plagiarism checker, Write Point, Thesis Generator, Citation Generator, and many more. You can also find the Pocket Style Manual here. The CWE also has resources to help with other types of writing besides essays. I have used the CWE to help me write memorandums and emails properly. The CWE is almost like having an English major sitting with you while you complete your assignments. I am not even fully aware of all that the CWE has to offer. The CWE has been my best friend when it comes to all things writing. In addition to the CWE, what other writing tools are available for revising a research paper? I don’t know of too many other resources available for revising a research paper. Spell
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Unformatted text preview: Check is a great tool, as is a thesaurus or dictionary (or both). You can also use APA templates through word or have a friend look over your paper. Thats all that I can think of outside of the CWE. I guess I depend a little too much on the CWE, now that I have discovered it. How can you become your own editor and look at your writing with a critical eye? I have learned to look at my work critically, although I dont know how that happened. I see grammatical error, changes in tone, and disorganization easily. I can only guess that I can do this by looking at my work as though it were someone elses work. I also change the tone of how I read it each time I read it. There are many ways to see writing differently and I try to exercise as many as I can....
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This note was uploaded on 06/30/2010 for the course AXIA HCA-210 taught by Professor Caseylynch during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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