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By attending this workshop, students should learn how to properly write college papers according to APA style guidelines. During this workshop you will:
- Discuss Plagiarism - learn why citing is important
- Learn the difference between a direct quote, a summary, and paraphrasing
- Learn tips on how to properly cite sources
- Learn the most common types of APA citations
- Learn more about Turnitin.com
Essentials of College Writing
By attending this workshop, students should learn how to write an effective undergraduate paper. During this workshop you will learn:
- Six steps to take to write a more effective college paper
- How to avoid anxiety when writing a paper
- How to avoid procrastination
- How to avoid common writing mistakes
Session Recordings:View a recording of the Essentials of College Writing workshop here!
By attending this workshop, students should learn how to write a more effective graduate paper. During this workshop you will learn:
- Why writing is an important skill
- The different writing support resources Franklin provides to aid graduate students
- A roadmap of how to write an effective graduate paper
- How to avoid common writing mistakes
- How to use APA style
Session Recordings:View a recording of the Graduate Library and Writing Essentials workshop here!
Writing and Researching Effectively
By attending this workshop, a student should learn how to complete a research paper from start to finish. During this workshop you will:
- Receive an introduction to the library’s services
- Learn how to utilize the library’s online database system
- Receive an introduction to the SLC’s services
- Learn steps to conduct effective research and write a more effective paper
- Discuss tips and tricks to be a better researcher and writer
Session Recordings:View a recording of the Writing and Researching Effectively workshop here!
Global Issues Workshop Series
By attending this workshop students will gain a better understanding of how to
develop a research plan and write an effective college paper. During this workshop, students will....
- Discover tools for finding information needed to complete HUMN 305 research assignments
- Develop college writing skills
- Practice how to apply APA Style Guidelines
Session Recordings:View a recording of the Find, Write & Cite: History, Government & Economics workshop here! View a recording of the Find, Write & Cite: Migration, Immigration & Emigration workshop here! View a recording of the Find, Write & Cite: Environment, Crime & Disease Find, Write, and Cite for Global Issues
Find, Write, & Cite for College Writing
During this workshop, students will learn how to...
- Search current events databases like CQ Researcher and
- Find comprehensive sources and analysis on issues in
- Write concise, critical summaries (annotations) of
- Cite sources using APA style
*This workshop is perfectly suited for students enrolled in
WRIT 120, WRIT 320, MIS 320, and any other course that
requires researching, writing, and citing.
Franklin University Writing Resources
Sign-up to use Grammarly.com with your Franklin e-mail address to receive instant sentence level feedback on your papers!
- Grammar for Grownups
- Grammar Quiz
- Online Writing Review Request Form
- Grammarly@edu: Provides an instant grammar check.
The SLC will be open during the University Luncheon on December 12. Our hours will be 10 am - 4 pm.
The SLC will have modified hours from December 22 - January 24, 2015. Please check our About Us page for more details.
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