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Resources for Students

Anything you've ever wanted to ask a writer? Here's your chance to get answers to your most pressing questions. Write to a Writer is an exclusive feature of the Ohio Reading Road Trip web site. Check back often for the answer to your question and those of other students.

There's a way you can become a "published" author right now. Chapbooks are a great way to showcase your work and get started on a writing career. Create a Chapbook has step-by-step instructions.

Sometimes you need to do research for a paper for school. Other times you just want to find out something on your own. There are some tips and shortcuts—check out How to Research the Web. This section will also help you determine whether that page is the best—or bogus.

Finding the information you need for class goes hand in hand with documenting your sources. Yes, you need to let everyone—OK, your teacher—know where you found your quotes, facts, or information. Get started with Citing Web Sources.

How do they do it? I mean, it's hard enough to write a paper for class. And some of these authors have written dozens of books! Writers' Thoughts on Writing lets you in on some of the secrets.

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