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- Cronon,William et al., Learning Historical Research . Step-by-step instructions for finding a topic, taking notes, and other tasks.
- Edwards, Paul N. How to Give an Academic Talk.
- Faulkner, William, Nobel Prize Speech
- Hanover College, History Department. On Marginalia: Note Taking for College Students and Others Who Want to Make the Most of Their Reading Time.
- Harvard College Writing Program, A Brief Guide to Writing the History Paper, 2007.
- Indiana U., Plagiarism: What It is and How to Recognize and Avoid It (Indiana U.)
- Lynch, Jack. Guide to Grammar and Style by Jack Lynch
- Macalester College, Write Well. Short videos explain writing challenges common across scholarly disciplines.
- McDaniel, W. Caleb. How to Read for History and How to Discuss a Book for History
- Measuring Worth. Find out how historical prices compare to today’s money.
- Purdue OWL. Chicago Manual of Style 16th Edition footnotes.
- Reading, Writing, and Researching for History: A Guide for College Students by Patrick Rael
- Richardson, Heather Cox. Richardson’s Rules of Order
- Seidman, Rachel. “How to Lead a Class Discussion,” Carleton College: History.
- Shea, Margo. Historians Being Mean: A Glossary
- UCLA Office of Instructional Development, Thesis Statements: History
- University of Wisconsin-Madison, Writer’s Handbook. See especially advice on Clear, Concise Sentences and Transitional Words and Phrases.