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Piedmont College students and faculty must use this link to access Academic Writer. In addition, faculty and students must also create their own personal accounts at Academic Writer to use the Reference and Write features of the service. Users must provide their Single Sign-On username and password to access the service from off-campus; once the Single Sign-On username and password is authenticated, users can create or enter their individual Academic Writer usernames and passwords. Take a look at this LibAnswer FAQ to learn to create your account.
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