Available through the UW–Madison Writing Center’s website, the UW–Madison Writer’s Handbook is a reference guide designed for academic and professional writing. Drawing hundreds of thousands of visitors every month, the Writer’s Handbook provides over 100 pages of high-quality instructional material for undergraduate and graduate students in all disciplines.
The Writing Center hopes that these materials can help you integrate writing instruction tailored to particular assignments in your courses. With information about a number of common genres of writing and expert advice for approaching various stages of the writing process, these resource materials offer writers at all levels general guidelines, sample papers, and recommended strategies for approaching the writing process.
If you have ideas or requests for new topics to add to the Writer’s Handbook, please feel free to suggest those to the Director of the Writing Center, Brad Hughes, firstname.lastname@example.org.