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ASU Graduate Writing Centers

Get help on writing projects including: brainstorming, drafting, and revising.                              

Tempe University Academic Services Building (UASB), Room 150
Downtown Post Office at Fillmore and Central, Room  L1-32 (lower level)


Writing Tools

Academic Integrity - A resource guide for learning and teaching academic integrity principles. Also includes plagiarism awareness resources.

Citation Management Tools - This guide provides information about citation management tools, or applications used to organize your references, generating bibliographies, and collaborating with others.

Citation Styles - This guide provides information about citing resources and citation styles.

Strategies for Successful Writing -  A series of tutorials, webinars, and lectures from the ASU Graduate College's Strategies for Success webpage.

Tonette S. Rocco and Tim Hatcher, eds. The Handbook of Scholarly Writing and Publishing San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2011. (E-Book)

Author Rights and Open Access

Author Rights - Know your rights as an author of scholary works.

Copyright - Fair use, copyright for authors, and more.

Open Access - This guide provides information on making scholarly information available online, free, and unrestricted.  The Open Access Movement also includes Open Science, Open Data, and Open Education - freeing the research process for even quicker dissemination of knowledge and more rapid discovery.


Posters and Presentations

Finding Creative Commons Images (unrestricted use) - Searches several sites for images and media files that fall under the Creative Commons license. Sites include Flickr, Google Images, Wikimedia Commons and many others.

Poster Sessions - Provides helpful tips on how to write and present posters.

Data Management and Sharing Your Research

ASU Digital Repository - Serves as a central location for preserving and sharing the scholarly and creative work of ASU faculty and students. This tool preserves research and provides international exposure through commercial search engines, such as Google and ASU Library OneSearch. Look for an announcement about adding your content to our Graduate Student Collections.

Data Management - Guide provides basic information on Data Managment Plans and other Research Data Management services.

Getting Published - Provides helpful information on selecting a journal, getting funding, and more. 

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