The Hixon Writing Center (HWC) at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) has produced a set of six videos titled "An Introduction to College Writing" that is useful to anyone who wants to learn more about academic writing.
The four video tutorials include: Making an Argument, Organizing Your Writing, Working with Sources, and Writing with Clarity.
As part of Caltech's series on college writing, HWC created the following excellent introduction to academic writing:
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An online tutorial that introduces scientific journal literature to university students, created by Dalhousie University, Canada.
A video tutorial that describes scholarly journals and popular magazines, explains why this difference is important, and shows how to tell this difference; created by ACU Library.
YouTube description: "How do you get your committee to say 'YES'? Dr. Hastings of the Texas A&M University Writing Center shows you how."
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YouTube description: "Have you ever written a paper for class and then worried that you had not synthesized your sources or cited your references correctly? This presentation will offer tips on writing with integrity, including best practices in organizing your sources, taking notes from sources, integrating source material into your text, and understanding how documentation functions within academic writing to further scholarly conversation."
An entire YouTube channel is devoted to RefWorks tutorials.
The tutorial, "Introduction to RefWorks," is the first video in the New RefWorks playlist.
This series of brief video tutorials (totaling 20 minutes) discusses the RefWorks basics, including how to create a bibliography in RefWorks and how to insert citations and create bibliographies using MS Word's Write-n-Cite.