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The session will cover the import of proper citation within the world of formal and informal research. We will cover the role of citation in scholarly research and identify forms of plagiarism and cultural dimensions for understanding plagiarism. The workshop also offers an overview of how to incorporate citations from various information sources, and how to include citation information into various new media research, in an effort to help researchers avoid unintentional plagiarism.  Bring sample materials you need to cite for your paper or project.

Related LibGuide: http://campusguides.stjohns.edu/web20ethics

Related LibGuide: http://campusguides.stjohns.edu/digitalresearch/citing

This workshop will be held simultaneously in St. Augustine Hall Library 307 and Online: http://sju.webex.com/meet/shaughnk

Note: If you are participating online, please log-in a bit early to ensure you have downloaded the Webex Add-on.

Related LibGuide: Privacy, Copyright, Plagiarism -- Ethics and the Social Web by Kathryn Shaughnessy

Thursday, November 15, 2018
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Q-Library 307 & Online
Online & Queens (simulcast)
  Audience: All     Audience: Graduate Students     IR_training     Online Workshop     Queens workshop     Research     Citation_scholcomm  
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Kathryn Shaughnessy

Associate Professor & Librarian
(718) 990-1454


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