Fall 2018 Presentations and Workshops
Working with Sources: Avoiding Plagiarism and Working Effectively with the Texts of Others (presentation)
Being able to present the ideas, language, or data of another writer in both an effective and ethical manner requires specialized knowledge and a great deal of work. Standards and practices for attribution vary meaningfully by discipline, and they also often depend upon genre and audience. How can students feel confident they are not misappropriating ideas or language? What resources exist at Caltech to help students do this work?
This presentation helps students understand not only the common practices of academic attribution of ideas, but also the values that make correct attribution so important to the scholarly community. Students will leave the presentation with a broad understanding of the many kinds and causes of plagiarism, along with an awareness of the work required to prevent it in their own college writing.
Dates and times:
If you are required to attend this presentation and have classes during all scheduled presentation times, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can accommodate you.
Location: Hixon Writing Center
An advance reservation made by October 12th is required to attend this workshop. Ready to sign up? Sign-ups occur in the Writing Center Scheduler via access.caltech.edu. Please consult these instructions for detailed instructions about how to make your reservation.