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Dr. George H. Williams

Office: 213 HPAC
Spartanburg, SC  29303

About this site

I use this wiki primarily for my teaching materials. During the academic calendar year, this home page features links to my current courses. Links to other projects are below.

Courses I Teach

Links for Students

My online projects elsewhere

ProfHacker.com: Published by the Chronicle of Higher Education. "Tips, tutorials, and commentary on pedagogy, productivity, and technology in higher education, Monday through Friday."

BrailleSC.org: Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities and by the U.S. Department of Education. "A fully accessible web site emphasizing the importance of braille literacy and providing strategies for using braille in everyday life."

EighteenthCentury.org: The web site for the Digital Humanities Caucus of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies. "Created to facilitate collaboration among scholars & students of eighteenth-century studies."

Additional information...

New to this web site?

Click here to learn how to use the site.

Majoring in English? Thinking about majoring in English?

Click here for my advice to students majoring in English.

Need a letter of recommendation?

Click here for my guidelines explaining what I need from you

Online Resources For Writers

UNC-Chapel Hill Writing Center: the "Student Resources" section includes "handouts [that] can help you at every stage of the writing process, from brainstorming to proofreading."

Purdue Online Writing Lab: An extremely rich online resource for writers at all levels. Students in English courses might find especially helpful their "MLA Formatting and Style Guide."

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