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Developmental Neurobiology

A guide for Professor Favero's BIO/NEUR 435W course.

Useful Writing Resources on the Web

Grammar & Spelling Help

The Writing Center

The Ursinus Center for Writing and Speaking is a wonderful place to find help putting your thoughts on paper. Here, writing tutors are trained in numerous writing techniques, including lab and research formats, and can assist in any stage of the writing process, from outlining to final touches. 

Visit the Center for Writing and Speaking's website here, where you can get tips and make an appointment with a Writing Fellow online.

Contact the Center for more information.

Citing Your Sources!

Citing your sources properly -- yes, even the charts and graphs you reuse from other sources, and the statistics you quote -- is important and required.

Purdue University's Online Writing Lab citation resources are the best ones on the web. Talk with Professor Favero about what citation style you'll need to use.