Want help with a research paper this semester? Sharpen your academic writing and research skills at a variety of workshops taught by English faculty and librarians. You'll learn how to develop a thesis; find, evaluate, and cite sources; integrate sources into your papers; and more. Hope to see you there!
Academic Writing & Research Skills Workshops: College-Wide Emphasis
Mondays from 2-3 p.m. in Burns Hall 1007
|Formulating Claims/Thesis Statements|
|Critical Reading and Summary|
|Revising and Editing|
|Research Smarter: How the Library Can Help|
|November 3||It Must Be True! I Read It Online: Source Evaluation|
|November 10||Where Did You Learn That? Source Citation|
|November 17||Wikipedia, Google Scholar & Other Wonders of the Web: Internet Research|
|November 24||Beyond Google: Library Database Research|
|December 1||More Than Words: Images, Videos, and Other Media for Academic Research|
For additional academic support available at NWACC, be sure to also check out the Writing Center's Basic Writing Skills workshops, as well as the Student Reading Center's Reading Strategies Workshops.
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