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LRC READING/WRITING WORKSHOPS

Fall 2017  Writing Workshops:

(For information on UDWPE workshops, please click here.)

NB:  Students 10 or more minutes late will not be admitted to workshops.

WRITING THE LITERATURE REVIEW -- September 27, 2:30pm

This workshop will help you understand what a literature review is, how to organize one, and format it correctly:

¨ What a Literature Review Actually Is

¨ How to Create a Focus for Your Lit Review

¨ How to Smoothly Integrate Sources into Your Writing

¨ Correct Formatting

Day/Time: Wednesday, Sept. 27: 2:30-3:30pm
Location:  LRC Computer Lab, 3rd Floor, Oviatt Library
Presenter:  Dr. Terrie Mathis          Sign up here.

ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY -- September 27, 4:00pm

Getting started on some research?  Need to write an annotated bibliography, but aren't sure how?

Come learn why you've been asked to write an annotated bibliography and what information it should include.

Day/Time: Wednesday, September 27, 4:00-5:00pm
Location:  LRC Computer Lab, 3rd Floor, Oviatt Library
Presenter:  Dr. Terrie Mathis.       Sign up here.

PERSONAL STATEMENT -- September 29, 2:00pm

Applying to graduate school but not sure how to approach the personal statement? Need some help "selling yourself" for a scholarship? Wondering what is the difference between personal statement, statement of purpose, and goal statement?

Come find answers to all of these questions and more at the Personal Statement (and Scholarship Essay) Workshop! We will discuss the form, content, and style of one of the most important documents you will ever write. 

Day/Time: Friday, September 29, 2:00-3:00pm 
Location:  LRC Computer Lab, 3rd Floor, Oviatt Library
Presenter:  Melisa Malvin        Sign up for this workshop here 

MLA -- October 4, 3:00pm

You've worked hard on your paper.  Make sure your research is carefully presented in the correct format. 

This workshop will help you follow MLA format in your parenthetical citations, your list of works cited, and the incorporation of evidence into your discussion. 

Date and Time:  Wednesday, October 4th,  3:00 - 4:00pm

Location:  LRC Computer Lab, 3rd Floor,  Oviatt Library

Presenter:  Judy Spilka         Sign up for this workshop here.

WRITING THE ABSTRACT -- October 11th, 4:00pm

Abstracts are used in a variety of research projects to give readers a quick understanding of the purpose, methods, and often the conclusions of a larger investigation or other research-based endeavor.

  • We will focus on the common elements important to all types of abstracts, regardless of the area of research, as well as touch on some of the specifics for different academic fields.

Come learn how to make your abstract clear, engaging, and informative. 

Day/Time: Wednesday, October 11, 4:00-5:00pm
Location:  LRC Classroom, 3rd Floor, Oviatt Library
Presenter:  Anne Crawford               Sign up for this workshop here.

APA -- October 12th, 3:00pm

Questions on headers or the title page? Incorporating sources?  Citations? 

In this APA workshop you will learn: 

* Principles of APA style

* Basic formatting for documents and references

* How to integrate sources into your writing

* How to cite digital sources

Date and Time:  Thursday, October 12th,  3:00 - 4:00pm
Location:  LRC Classroom, 3rd Floor,  Oviatt Library
Presenter:  Zuleima Ugalde          Sign up for this workshop here.           

 

WRITING THE LITERATURE REVIEW -- October 25, 2:30pm

This workshop will help you understand what a literature review is, how to organize one, and format it correctly:

¨ What a Literature Review Actually Is

¨ How to Create a Focus for Your Lit Review

¨ How to Smoothly Integrate Sources into Your Writing

¨ Correct Formatting

Day/Time: Wednesday, Oct. 25: 2:30-3:30pm
Location:  LRC Computer Lab, 3rd Floor, Oviatt Library
Presenter:  Dr. Terrie Mathis          Sign up here.

ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY -- October 25, 4:00pm

Getting started on some research?  Need to write an annotated bibliography, but aren't sure how?

Come learn why you've been asked to write an annotated bibliography and what information it should include.

Day/Time: Wednesday, October 25, 4:00-5:00pm
Location:  LRC Computer Lab, 3rd Floor, Oviatt Library
Presenter:  Dr. Terrie Mathis.       Sign up here.