The Academic Success Center has a number of resources available for students, faculty and staff to improve study habits, test-taking skills, writing and more.
Hoonuit is an online self-help resource that includes over 60,000 step-by-step tutorials on common software such as Microsoft® Office, Adobe® CS6 and Blackboard®, and workshops on emerging topics such as plagiarism and online courses.
Log in at Hoonuit using your TXWES log in credentials.
Study Tips, Strategies & References
For assistance with all phases of the writing process, visit Excelsior Online Writing Lab. This online resource offers information on different types of writing, plagiarism and grammar as well as many other areas in writing papers.
Get assistance with spell check, grammar check and citations. Grammarly provides context and correction suggestions about grammar, spelling, vocabulary usage and plagiarism. Use your TXWES email to create your free account.
Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation
- Active vs. Passive Voice
- Avoiding Comma Goofs
- Correct Word Usage Tips
- Essay Structuring Patterns
- Quick Guide to Apostrophes
- Quick Guide to Run-Ons
- Subject and Verb Agreement
Tips for Writing Papers
- Dr. Campbell's Golden Nuggets
- Essay Format: Five-Part Style
- Citation Basics
- The Basic Paper Outline
- The Basic Paper Outline (blank)
ASC Video Resources
Online education has become a popular way to complete course credit. Students should take an honest evaluation of their strengths and weaknesses before enrolling in an online course. If a student possesses the right skill-set for an online course, there are many resources for assistance on the ASC website.
Disability Services at Texas Wesleyan University
- Questions about Disability Services at Texas Wesleyan
- Disability Services Contact: Julie Keller
- Student Testing Accommodations
Learning Differences and Disabilities
- Living with Learning Differences: Own It
- Signs and Symptoms of Learning and Attention Issues
- National Center for Learning Disabilities
- Adults and Children with Learning and Developmental Disabilities, Inc
- Transition Planning for Young Adulthood
- Steps for Transitioning from High School to College
Information on Students with Disabilities
- Texas Wesleyan Disability Services
- Types of Disabilities
- Resource Guide on Higher Education for People with Disabilities