We can all benefit from online resources that help us figure out answers to our writing challenges.
My three favorites: GrammarGirl, OWL, and Google
I often Google my writing questions.
But sometimes Google’s results aren’t on target or the sources don’t seem reliable. This is when I turn to GrammarGirl and Purdue University’s Online Writing Lab (OWL). Both are trustworthy sources that explain things clearly.
Jane Straus’ GrammarBook website was brought to my attention by Jill Brogan of Martingale Asset Management after I originally drafted this post. I plan to visit this site more often. Although founder Jane Straus passed away, her husband plans to continue her work.
I use the hard-copy versions of the following two resources, so I imagine they’re worthwhile for organizations with budgets.
Your favorite online resource?
What’s YOUR opinion on the best online resource? Have you discovered new resources? Please share your new discoveries.
Note: This post has been updated since it originally appeared on Feb. 27, 2011.