This excerpt is from the lectures that have been pre-recorded for Research Writing for International Students. When you enroll in the class, you’ll be able to listen and work at your own pace, ask questions live in OnWebinar, then submit the assignment related to the presentation on the university’s Blackboard site where you’ll receive individual feedback, both from peers and from the instructor.
This excerpt discusses the idea that distinguishing the ideas of sources from the ideas of the writer is about more than just ownership.
The full presentation goes on to demonstrate some useful templates for incorporating sources into your own writing and will be linked to a brief two-page writing assignment in which you evaluate the scientific validity of topical bit of research. If you have questions about Research Writing for International Students, contact the instructor at email@example.com.
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