Writing and Citing
November 11 • A workshop offered by OWLS and Monroe Library
Multimedia Room 1 in Monroe Library
Ever feel like you're stumbling your way through citing outside research for your class projects? Not sure what your professors mean when they mention style guides or citation formatting? Confused as to what counts as plagiarism and what's considered fair borrowing? We have answers!
Mary Waguespack from OWLS and Victoria Elmwood from Monroe Library will team up to teach a seminar on avoiding plagiarism and using proper academic documentation for research projects. The session will involve active learning in which students will apply ideas presented in the first part to a set of sample cases for the second part. We'll cover basic principles of academic integrity, how to cite your sources, and how to quote or paraphrase correctly.