Suzanne Lane, Director, Writing, Rhetoric, and Professional Communication
Enrollment: Limited: Advance sign-up required
Sign-up by 01/26
Limited to 30 participants
Whenever we do research—whether in the library, the lab, or the field, or just reading the assigned texts for a class—we hope to develop new ideas: to form and test hypotheses, develop new and better methods, produce richer evidence, and refine existing theories. Our research is often collaborative, and always builds on work by previous researchers and writers. But how do we develop new ideas from these sources? How do we document where others’ ideas contribute to our thinking, and where our ideas build on theories and evidence that’s already published? And why do the practices of incorporating and citing sources vary so much from one discipline or journal to another? This workshop will help you learn how to write with sources—published, online, or live—in ways that will help both you and your readers understand how your ideas build on, and move beyond, those of your sources.
Space is limited to 30.
For more information, and to reserve a space, please contact the Writing, Rhetoric, and Professional Communication program (WRAP)
Sponsor(s): Comparative Media Studies/Writing
Contact: WRAP, E18-228a, 617-253-3039, email@example.com