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The Writing Process

Writing is a process and therefore takes time.  There are steps you can take to help guide you through the writing process such as deciphering the assignment, topic development, use of Library resources, prewriting (invention), drafting, and revising, which bring you closer to creating a final draft of your ideas. Follow the links for each of these steps below to help you finalize your essay draft.

The 12-Step Writing Process:


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All about the Academic Writing Process

Review this short video on the Academic Writing process, including organization, thesis construction, and revision!


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