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Academic Writing

Here's all you need to know about making your academic writing impactful and worthy of that A+ grade.

How to Write a Bibliography

Most college students in the United States are required to write at least a couple of research papers before they graduate. While doing so, they are required to keep track of and list all the material they have consulted during their preparatory research. This material can include books, periodicals, and websites in addition to other […]

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Top 5 Writing Tools for College Students

Technology is a wonderful thing, and it has made many aspects of life including academics much easier. Writing tools are a gift of technology that give college students the extra assistance they may need to improve their writing skills and achieve a greater level of academic success. There are several academic writing tools college students […]

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The Beginner’s Guide to Writing a Research Paper

Most college students in the United States are required to write at least a couple of different types of research papers before they graduate. A research paper assignment often creates a great deal of anxiety among students, along with feelings of confusion and inadequacy, particularly if they are unfamiliar with this genre of writing. This […]

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Bartleby Write

Make the most of Bartleby Write's myriad of features with the help of our detailed guides.

Uploading Citations

If you’re using a third-party Reference Manager to create your citations, you can now use the Upload Citations tool on Bartleby Write to add them to Bartleby Write’s citation manager. The citation upload feature supports the industry-standard Research Information System (RIS) format, which is available as an export format from most Reference Manager systems. Benefits […]

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Plagiarism Options for Improved Document Analysis

Besides performing detailed plagiarism checks, Bartleby Write provides users with a couple of additional plagiarism options for better draft analysis. You can see them as checkboxes here above the editor: Alongside plagiarism detection, Bartleby Write provides you with more plagiarism options for enhanced document analysis. Additional Plagiarism Options The following plagiarism options are accessible to […]

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How to Save, View, and Download Citations

Without a doubt, including citations is an integral part of writing an academic paper. However, since researching and writing the paper itself can be quite challenging, ensuring that all citations are duly mentioned can be tricky, especially if you have to manually note and save them at every stage. Bartleby Write simplifies this process for […]

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Grammar

No matter what your grammar woes, we have all the answers you need! Take a look at our easy-to-follow guides for all things grammar here.

7 Techniques to Make Your Writing More Engaging

Writers and students of creative writing devote countless hours to their craft and are generally eager to publish their work and share it with the world. Students are also often found vying with their classmates for that elusive A+. The problem is they aren’t alone in this endeavor. Editors have their work cut out, trying […]

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All about Determiners

In English grammar, determiners are a class of words whose function is to specify, quantify, and identify the noun or noun phrase that follows it. Also known as prenominal modifiers, determiners provide more information about what comes after them. Look at the following examples of determiners: He loves living in the countryside. I’m going to […]

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Maintaining Verb Tense Consistency in Writing

Not ensuring verb tense consistency is one of the most common mistakes that writers make. Any piece of writing, including essays and stories, has specific time frames for the actions or states of being described in it. Readers can understand the temporal relationships among the different events of a narrative through corresponding changes in verb […]

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Plagiarism

Wondering how to keep your academic writing plagiarism-free? Look no further. Our articles will give you the lowdown on everything from detecting plagiarism to which style guide to follow to ensuring you cite your sources right.

Tips, Tricks, and Strategies for Paraphrasing

Academic writing often involves synthesizing information from a variety of published sources and incorporating other scholars’ writing and arguments into one’s own. This adds authority and credibility to a piece of writing and is critical to scholarly research and the growth of knowledge. It is usually done by paraphrasing the original material or by using […]

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How to Protect Your Work from Plagiarism – 6 Sure-Fire Tips

Being the victim of plagiarism can be a devastating experience for an author. Having one’s creative work stolen and reused under another’s name without acknowledgment or attribution is akin to robbery or identity theft. Unfortunately, plagiarism is a fact of life in the digital age, where copying and sharing others’ work is a breeze, thanks […]

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What Is Plagiarism and 3 Techniques to Help You Avoid It

Is it possible to create content that is completely original?  It is but many students struggle with writing engaging, informative content that is substantially different from anything that can be found online. There is a thin line between paraphrasing and plagiarism, so sometimes, a lot of students find themselves unintentionally plagiarizing another’s work. It is […]

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Punctuation

Find the answers to all your mind boggling punctuation questions in our guides here.

The Ultimate Guide to the Oxford Comma

The Oxford comma, sometimes called the Harvard comma or the serial comma, is a controversial piece of punctuation that is placed immediately before the final conjunction (and) in a list of three or more words, phrases, or clauses. For example: I like pink, purple, and yellow flowers. She finished her homework, folded the laundry, and […]

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Writing Tips

Check out our writing tips and tricks to ensure your academic writing is nothing short of stellar.

The Importance of Freewriting in the Writing Process

Writing is tough. Very few writers will argue with that statement. The craft demands deep thought as well as the time-consuming process of self-discovery – both of which can be exhausting and emotionally draining. As a result, many writers, intimidated by the blank piece of paper in front of them, often experience writer’s block and […]

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A Guide to Writing Styles – Types, Definitions, and Examples

A writer’s style reflects their unique voice, personality, and method of approaching and engaging with readers. It is the medium through which the narrative emerges and the sentence structure, syntax, and voice come together to create the overall mood or tone of a piece of writing. While there are as many styles of writing as […]

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7 Techniques to Make Your Writing More Engaging

Writers and students of creative writing devote countless hours to their craft and are generally eager to publish their work and share it with the world. Students are also often found vying with their classmates for that elusive A+. The problem is they aren’t alone in this endeavor. Editors have their work cut out, trying […]

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