21W.021 | Fall 2013 | Undergraduate

Writing and Experience: MIT: Inside, Live

Related Resources

Writing Resources

Klinkenborg, Verlyn. “Where Do Sentences Come From?,” New York Times, August 13, 2012.

Yagoda, Ben. “The Most Comma Mistakes,” New York Times, May 21, 2012.

Research and Documentation Online, 5th edition. This online handbook provides material on locating and evaluating sources as well as guides on citation.

The Owl: Purdue University’s Online Writing Lab. A good online writing resource including material on citation.

MIT Resources

MIT History. This site offers a far-ranging introduction to the many elements of MIT history and culture and bibliographies of relevant published material.

MIT 150: Infinite History. This site contains interviews with people who have made extraordinary contributions to their fields and to MIT, including Institute leadership, faculty, alumni, staff, and friends. This site is especially useful for those interested in writing a profile, providing a good introduction to the interview process.

Course Info

As Taught In
Fall 2013
Learning Resource Types
Written Assignments with Examples