Welcome to the brand new GWC Writing Resources page!
While the single best thing all writers can do—beyond actually writing—is to have a second set of eyes review their work, and while NPS provides its students, staff, and faculty with free coaching from writing professionals for exactly that reason, having additional information geared toward the graduate- and professional-level student can be invaluable, especially for those drafting sessions at 0200! This Writing Resources page contains exactly that—multimedia information on approximately 90 writing-related topics.
Two Ways to Navigate the Writing Resources Site:
1) Apart from the FAQs, each category in the menu contains what we call a Mastery Sequence; should you wish, you can use this sequenced information to review an entire category of writing knowledge in a systematic way. Click on any of the ten main categories for information about that category and to see the sequence of topics.
2) The All-Topics Index lists common writing terms; click on any of these links to view the appropriate topic.
*Be sure to check out the Writing Relates to Everything links on each page for some entertaining, thought-provoking ideas.
We hope you find the GWC Writing Resources site to be a treasure trove of writing tips that helps further your mission success. We welcome your feedback at email@example.com.
Other Essential NPS Writing Resources Links:
- Why Write? A Message from the CNO, Admiral John Richardson
- Make an Appointment with an NPS Graduate Writing Coach
- GWC Workshops including My Glory Never Dies: Military and the Arts
- Compilation of NPS Thesis Abstracts
- Dudley Knox Library (DKL) Citation Guide
- NPS Thesis Processing Office
The following index makes searching for a specific topic easier and links to the appropriate place in the sequenced material. We think we have most of them, but please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if we are missing something!