Proper attribution is an important part of academic work and can also orient students to a field of study. While you can refer students to your discipline's style manual for the mechanics of attribution, a number of barriers—such as not understanding when citations are needed, how to paraphrase, or even what type of source they're looking at—may make proper attribution challenging for students. This session will present best practices for teaching students to cite, attribute, and paraphrase their sources.
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This workshop will be available to the GW community in real time and via WebEx. Attend via WebEx.
This workshop is part of the Teaching for Engagement series for GW faculty members seeking to enhance their skills in the classroom to increase student engagement. Workshops in this series are sponsored by the new Instructional Core. Other workshops this Spring 2020 are Teaching with Clearer, More Effective Writing Assignments, Teaching with the Smithsonian’s Learning Lab, and Writing in the Disciplines (WID) Roundtable. The new Instructional Core provides comprehensive, integrated solutions for instructors in search of teaching solutions. If you need feedback on assignment or syllabus design, advice on teaching methods, or ideas for new activities, please book a consultation with our faculty development team. If you need personalized assistance with the instructional technologies you use for teaching, or hands-on guidance in developing dynamic content for a course, please book a consultation with the Instructional Technology Lab.
GW has an institutional commitment to ensuring that all of our programs and events are accessible for all individuals. If you require any accommodations to participate in this event, please contact [email protected] at least 72 business hours (3 business days) prior to the event.
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