Below please find some writing resources for Marxe students developed in-house by us, as well as other writing and research resources you can access at Baruch and beyond. New resources are always in development, so check back for updates to this page.
Annotated Capstone Guides
Our annotated capstone subgenre guides offer a closer look at subgenres of capstone writing in action. Download the guides below to read an overview of these subgenres and view annotated models that highlight key rhetorical moves.
Engaging with Sources
Our student guide to engaging with sources provides an overview of three key ways to use sources in a research paper context (to present an argument, offer background, or introduce an exhibit) and demonstrates the moves of summary, paraphrase, and quotation in action. Download the guide below to view annotated examples and access templates and further resources.
Quantitative Writing Guide
Our student guide to quantitative writing provides an overview of effective strategies for writing about data. Download the guide below to learn key tips for presenting numerical information in your written assignments.
Baruch Library and Writing Center Resources
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Working with Sources
Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing
For more resources on the differences between quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing, and examples of how to cite material, please visit:
Purdue Online Writing Lab – “Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing”
Baruch Writing Center – “When to Summarize, Paraphrase, or Quote”
UConn Writing Center – “Integrating Sources into Your Paper
Templates for Introducing Sources
For templates and examples of language to use to introduce and incorporate sources into your writing, please visit:
Baruch Writing Center – “Language to Introduce Citations”
University of Manchester’s Academic Phrasebank – “Referring to Sources”
Citation Style Guides
For APA, MLA & Chicago citation style guides and citation management, please visit: