There’s enough confusion and uncertainty in the air these days.
Whether or not you’re citing your sources correctly does not need to be one of them.
Stop by Zoom on Thursday, April 30 at 4:30 pm Central to get some support and clarity on your citations.
Reference Librarian Gretchen Revie and Associate Dean of Academic Success Julie Haurykiewicz will guide you through the art and science of academic citations, so you can get them right the first time, without confusion.
You do not have to figure this out on your own. We are here to help you succeed.
Want to learn answers to important questions like,
why do we cite?
what’s the difference between MLA and APA?
when do I use footnotes?
what should be cited (and what shouldn’t be)?
If so, come to the Academic Citation Workshop, co-hosted by your friends from the Mudd Library and the Center for Academic Success. Gretchen Revie, Julie Haurykiewicz, and Nicole Crashell will guide you through the art and science of academic citations.
The workshop will take place on the first floor of the Mudd Library at 4:30 on Tuesday, February 12th. Hope to see you there!
Just in time for the end of the term, Gretchen Revie, Julie Haurykiewicz, and Maggie Waz will present the Academic Citation Workshop. In one short hour, they will review some common citation styles, provide helpful tips for embedding and formatting quotes, and point you to resources that will help you finish your paper efficiently.
Join them this Sunday, May 22nd, in library room 401 at 4:00 pm. It might just make the difference between a good night’s sleep and a stressful scouring of reference manuals for an obscure citation rule.