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Run-On Sentences Learning Resources
"Rules for fixing comma splices and fused sentences," Grammar Bytes. Robin Simmons. http://www.chompchomp.com/rules/csfsrules.htm
A helpful handout from the University College Writing Workshop at U. Toronto. This page on comma splices helps writers understand different techniques for correcting a comma splice, as well as how not to correct a comma splice.
"Fixing Comma Splices," Jerry Plotnick, University College Writing Workshop, University of Torontohttp. http://www.utoronto.ca/ucwriting/commasplice.html
Grammar Girl's podcasts are educational and entertaining. She uses real-world examples in her explanations, and invites questions from her audience. Her bit on the comma splice is quite good, with helpful tips like "consider a semi-colon a sentence splicer."
"Comma Splices," Grammar Girl's Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing. http://grammar.qdnow.com/2007/03/15/comma-splice.aspx
Tina Blue's discussions of grammar problems, like the comma splice, are written in essay style. Blue speaks in a friendly, easy tone, and while she helps writers correct their grammar problems, she also helps them better understand the writing process.
"What is the comma splice, and how do I fix it?" Tina Blue. Grammar and Usage for the Non-Expert. 2000. http://www.grammartips.homestead.com/splice.html