New Suite of Tools from Cengage Learning’s Supports Students Through the Research Paper Writing Process

Experienced and non-experienced writers can benefit from the Questia Writing Center framework and guide.

Chicago, IL – August 29, 2014 – A new suite of writing tools from Questia supports students in organizing and writing research papers. From Cengage Learning’s, the new Questia Writing Center features support tools such as a topic and source generator, a thesis statement builder and an outline creator and project organizer, among others.

The Questia Writing Center is available to help students at all writing skill levels, providing guidance through a step-by-step process. This approach is particularly helpful for those who may not have the time to connect with their professor or teaching assistant for feedback while more experienced writers can use the Writing Center to improve efficiency in their process of writing research papers.

“Writing research papers can be a daunting task, beginning with the first step—finding a topic. The Questia Writing Center offers students an easy way to uncover one of more than 6,700 librarian researched topics with the high-quality, scholarly research to support them,” said Gary Jeppsen, Director of Product and User Experience at Cengage Learning. “Designed to address the varying needs of college students, both experienced and non-experienced writers can benefit from the flexibility of the Writing Center tools using what they need—from start-to-finish or just selected guidance to help with difficult areas.”

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About Cengage Learning and Questia
Cengage Learning is a leading educational content, technology, and services company for the higher education and K-12, professional and library markets worldwide. Questia, part of Cengage Learning, is the Web’s premier online collection of copyrighted scholarly books, academic journals and research periodicals for students and includes integrated tools for note taking, organizing research, citing sources, creating footnotes and building bibliographies to help students write better research papers faster. For more information, visit or