Hello and welcome to the McKillop Library and Salve Writing Center's guide for research and writing. The information provided here will help you develop a foundational understanding and working knowledge of how to complete your college research and writing projects. Developing your research and writing skills will not only make your college assignments and projects better, it will also help make the process easier and more efficient!
To get started, choose one of the paths below. You can always use the navigation at the top of the page to return to previous sections or to skip to later sections. Ready to get started?
*Note: If you already feel confident in your research and writing foundations and/or need research tips only, check out the library's research basics guide, Get Started with Research.
Need writing help?
The Writing Center can provide virtual feedback on your writing, no matter your major, class or skill level. Trained peer writing consultants help with every phase of the writing process from brainstorming to revision. We aim to foster students’ growth, independence and confidence in their writing skills by giving focused feedback specific to each writer and assignment. We offer live virtual writing consultations and a new asynchronous drop-off service for written feedback.
This guide is designed to support Salve Regina University's institutional learning outcome for information literacy.
It was created by Alicia Vaandering and Lindsay LaChapelle, who built on previous similar guides including Seminole State University's Research Foundations and Salve Regina University McKillop Library's Get Stared with Research .
Created May 2019 by Alicia Vaandering and Lindsay LaChapelle