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TH06 - Research is More than Memorizing MLA: Helping Students Rhetorically Understand, Evaluate, and Cite Sources 
November 21, 2013   2:00pm - 3:30pm
Total Credits:
0.10 CH  
  Synced Audio / Video / Slides

Students struggle with figuring out how to find useful, reliable sources for their research writing. When they finally find good sources, they often struggle with figuring out how to cite them accurately, especially if they are digital in nature. In this session, participants will practice strategies for helping students understand and evaluate the sources they find and also figure out how to cite them, even when exact models don’t appear in the standard citation style.

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