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Honors Research: Writing Resources

This guide contains resources to help honors students with their research including their thesis.

Citing Resources

Most instructors and publishers require students to use a specific writing style. The library provides access to publication manuals so students can learn the specifics of various writing styles.

The bibliography managers listed below can help you organize and keep track of sources.

Writing Resources

Publishing Resources

The following resources can help you look up information about publishers and journals (e.g., acceptance rates).

For students interested in graduate school and publishing in the future, it can be helpful to look at past theses and disserations.

The following resources allow you to search by topic, but also search for sources from a specific journal or from a specific author. Several of these also allow you to see who cites an articles after it is published. These tools allow you to see where specific topics of research get published, who is publishing on specific topics, and how the scholarly conversation changes over time.

The following resource can help you prepare data for publication.