General resources include, but are not limited to:
- Webspace -- space for file storage that allows you to download your files on any computer. I recommend that you use it to back up your files.
- Blackboard -- course management tool that you will use to get access to everyone's e-mail address and to check your grades throughout the semester.
- UT Libraries Online -- gives you access to the UT libraries' collections as well as many databases and other useful resources.
- Undergraduate Writing Center -- an excellent service that you can use to get feedback on your papers by a tutor. The UWC can help you with all aspects of your writing: from brainstorming and topic selection to revising and editing.
- RHE 306 Web: Student Guide -- a guide with the official policies that apply across all sections of the Rhetoric and Composition courses.
- Division of Rhetoric and Composition -- departmental Web site.
- Computer Writing and Research Lab -- departmental Web site.
General rhetoric related links.
- Silva Rhetoricae: The Forest of Rhetoric -- definitions of rhetorical terms
- The Fallacy Files -- a collection of explanations of fallacies with examples
- Conversational Cheap Shots -- humorous approach to fallacies
- OWL at Purdue University: Handouts -- a collection of handouts and exercises
Sites that help with documenting sources.
- OWL at Purdue University: Using MLA Format -- a very detailed guide to in-text citation, paper format and Works Cited lists.
- MLA Citation Style -- a color-coded list of examples.
- Using MLA Style to Cite and Document Sources -- a guide to citing electronic materials.
- UWC: MLA Documentation Format (PDF file) -- a handout.
- UWC: MLA Documentation Examples (PDF file) -- a handout.
- Noodlebib -- bibliographic software that one can use to collect citations and format them. It requires UT EID and can save lists of citations in a personal folder for later use.