A free, walk-in workshop February 16, 3:15 - 4 p.m., Digital Library at the Decker Library
Posted 02.07.12 by Marianne Sade
- Art Education
- Art History, Theory, and Criticism
- Language, Literature, and Culture
- Decker Library
- Media Resources Collection
- Undergraduate Students
- Graduate Students
Do you ever wonder what the big deal is about plagiarism? Come to our hands-on workshop in the Decker Library's Digital Library and find out.
You will come away understanding more about academic integrity, MICA's policy on plagiarism, and the importance and elements of proper citation in order to give credit where it is due.
Students, faculty and staff are invited. No registration is required. Walk-ins welcome. The Digital Library is located on the lower level of Decker Library in the Bunting Center.
Two lucky winners will take home their very own copies of The Chicago Style Manual! Everyone will get a take-home packet to help identify the red flags of plagiarism, the components of basic proper citation, and a resource guide to learn more. For more information contact: Marianne Sade, Instruction Librarian, Decker Library, 410-225-2715, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are our credits: This event is co-sponsored by Academic Advising, the Writing Studio and the Decker Library. The workshop will be presented by Nicole Evans, Academic Advisor and Marianne Sade, Instruction Librarian. Public relations coordination for the event is by Kacy McAllister and graphic designs are by MICA student, Kimberly Gim '12.
Thursday, February 16, 2012
3:15 - 4:00 p.m.
Decker Library's Digital Library
The workshop is free & no registration is needed!