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Upcoming Presentations

Watch this space for more information about where we will be presenting data and sponsoring workshops in the upcoming months.

Friday, 9 January, 2015.  5:15–6:30 p.m., Modern Language Association Conference.  (202, VCC West)  Session 386. Understanding Plagiarism, Student Writing, and Research Methods through the Citation Project

Friday, 9 January, 2015.  5:15–6:30 p.m., Tricia C. Serviss, “The Citation Project Study of Undergraduates’ Writing from Sources” Modern Language Association Conference.  (202, VCC West)  Session 386. Understanding Plagiarism, Student Writing, and Research Methods through the Citation Project

Friday, 9 January, 2015.  5:15–6:30 p.m., Rebecca Moore Howard, “Methodological Differences in Studying Student Texts and Literary Texts” Modern Language Association Conference.  (202, VCC West)  Session 386. Understanding Plagiarism, Student Writing, and Research Methods through the Citation Project

Friday, 9 January, 2015.  5:15–6:30 p.m., Sandra Jamieson, “Revising Patchwriting: Data-Based Insights into ‘Transgressive’ Student Writing” Modern Language Association Conference.  (202, VCC West)  Session 386. Understanding Plagiarism, Student Writing, and Research Methods through the Citation Project

October 10, 2014. Sandra Jamieson. “Changing Literacies; Unchanging Challenges. How Students Navigate Reading and Writing with Sources.” Keynote Address. Changing Landscapes, Changing Literacies Conference. A Joint Conference of the Two-Year College Association-Pacific North West and Pacific North West Writing Centers Association. Vancouver, WA.

April 5, 2014. Sandra Jamieson. “Students’ Source Choices & Uses: Lessons from the Citation Project.” New Directions in Information Fluency Conference, Augustana University.

March 21, 2014. Sandra Jamieson.Breaking the Cycle of Ineffective Research Instruction: Reimagining Information Literacy Collaborations.” Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Indianapolis.

March 21, 2014. Tricia Serviss .Breaking the Cycle of Ineffective Research Instruction: Preparing New Writing Teachers.Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Indianapolis.

February 21, 2014. Sandra Jamieson.The Citation Project: Understanding Undergraduate and Graduate Students’ Source Choices and Uses. Symposia. Writing Research Across Borders International Conference, (International Society for the Advancement of Writing Research). Paris.

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