When: January 22, 2019 at 10:30am – 12:00pm
Where: 220 Younkin Success Center

Co-Sponsor Center for the Study and Teaching of Writing

Teaching students how to clearly document research can seem difficult. While plagiarism seems to be endemic, citation seems like a technical topic that could overwhelm an already busy course schedule. However, since ethical research in our disciplines is at the center of what we want to teach students, and writing is the primary mode for articulating ethical research, there are ways to foreground the connection between critical thinking and writing that help students learn both more fully. In this session, we will explore strategies that help students better maintain academic integrity, so that understand the role that citation plays in the writing of various disciplines.

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