LEO provides online handouts about a variety of writing topics. Although LEO is affiliated with the Write Place (the writing center at St. Cloud State University), LEO does not offer online tutoring, answer questions about grammar or punctuation, or give feedback about your writing or papers.
If you are interested in information about tutoring or other Write Place services, please head to the writing center homepage at http://www.stcloudstate.edu/writeplace.
LEO is also the online site for the early issues (1990-1998) of Kaleidoscope, SCSU's multicultural literary magazine. For current issues, please visit Kaleidoscope's new home on the Write Place web site: http://web.stcloudstate.edu/kaleidoscope/.
We assume you've come to LEO to find some online information that can help with your writing. If you're here just to look around, you might prefer to see the Write Place Catalogue for an alphabetical list of our files.
Click on the phrase below that most nearly describes what's bothering you about your writing.
I have questions about when I should cite my sources.
I need to know what plagiarism is and how I can avoid it.
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I have questions about paraphrasing sources.
I need help with an annotated bibliography.
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Last update: 15 November 2004