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Welcome to SWC's Writing Center Wiki!



This wiki has been designed to bring students and tutors access to an ever-evolving, comprehensive database of online resources.


Tutors: looking to add a link or update an existing one? Click here for instructions and etiquette! 



Website Links 



Links to the "Big Five" Writing and Grammar Websites

These are some of the most comprehensive and well-reviewed sites. Most of your composition needs will be met here!


Links to Other Writing and Grammar Websites

This is a database of other writing and grammar sites. Tutors, rate and review them with your comments, and perhaps they will be added to the main page!


Links to ESL Websites


Southwestern College's Academic Success Center  

This link includes information on the various tutoring services offered to SWC students.


Southwestern College's Schedule of Workshops

Spring 2008 Schedule coming soon!


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Comments (4)

Anonymous said

at 2:18 pm on Sep 6, 2007

I miss the Writing Center. I learned so much About writing.

Anonymous said

at 9:43 pm on Sep 10, 2007

I love this wiki. I think it is a great resource for us, and I can't wait to think of something brilliant to add to the main page!!

Anonymous said

at 3:46 pm on Sep 11, 2007

Awesome! Thank you! I just wish that little box on the top right side of the computer would go away! :- )
I just added a site called "Grammar Girl." Check it out! Good fun for grammar geeks!

Anonymous said

at 9:38 pm on Dec 6, 2007

There's another cool link to grammar podcasts entitled "Grammar Grater." Check 'em out!

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