The Work of Citation in the Age of Digital Reproduction

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The Work of Citation in the Age of Digital Reproduction

A faculty development workshop sponsored by the Institute for Writing and Rhetoric, led by Alan Taylor and Megan McIntyre.

Thursday, April 19, 2018
DCAL, Room 102 Baker Library
Intended Audience(s): Faculty, Postdoc, Staff
Categories: Workshops & Training
Registration required.

Students performing college-level research writing are often overwhelmed by the scale of the endeavor: there are research questions to formulate, sources to find, notes to take, arguments to synthesize, references to cite. Orchestrating these disparate bits and pieces is unlike anything most students have attempted; without some sort of organized system for managing this workflow, things can become overwhelming. However, there is a growing array of software designed to help manage the research-writing process; many of these are free and open-source. In this session, we will explore some strategies for teaching these research processes and a number of these electronic solutions and learn how they may assist students with their research projects. Lunch will be served.

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Hope Rennie

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