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Resource Title
Examples of resources include writing center home pages, faculty/staff blogs, links to open-access articles, relevant long reads, and YouTube/Vimeo videos. Try to choose a descriptive title. Examples:   Whatever State U. Writing Center homepage; “Right Word,” a blog by the Writing Center staff at Whatever State U; "Title of an Open-Access Article"; "Title of YouTube Video"
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