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The campus Writing Center, located in 302 and 303 Penfield Library, is a great source of assistance at all stages of the writing processes, from interpreting an assignment and developing ideas to imagining a shape for your draft to tips on final editing.  Click here to make an appointment.

If you're looking for reference guides to the sort of writing done in your discipline - and you've already spoken to your professor to get his or her take on it - we can recommend a few.  SUNY Oswego is in the process of developing guides to writing in specific disciplines of our own, but in the meantime there are some very good guides prepared by other colleges and universities available online.  Give these a try:

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