Writing@CSU provides a wide range of instructional resources. With the exception of our writing activities and tools, you don't need to login to use them. Check out what's available. And, to learn a bit more about using the Writing Studio, check out our help pages.
Choose our writing guides, which are similar to online textbooks, on topics ranging from narrowing your focus to creating a Web site.
Work on our writing activities to make progress on specific parts of a writing project, such as developing an argument or analyzing a source.
View our collections of guides, activities, links, and practice to learn about a particular type of writing, writing for a specific course, or writing in a specific discipline or profession.
View our indexed list of writing resources, organized by both writing process (what writers do) and genre (what writers produce).
View links, resources, and instructional materials for using libraries to support your writing.
Consult our writing links for instructional materials and related resources elsewhere on the Web.
View the Writing@CSU Writing Gallery, a collection of work by undergraduate and graduate students. The work ranges from online journals to Web sites to Blogs and is drawn from courses taught at CSU.
View our guide to understanding and avoiding plagiarism.