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Computer Science and Engineering Graduate Student Workshops: Avoiding Plagiarism and Complying with Copyright in your Thesis or Dissertation

Stand on the shoulders of giants! Avoid the traps and pitfalls of plagiarism and copyright infringement in your research and writing. Master the skills of paraphrasing and summarizing. Learn when you must cite and when you must seek permission to use the materials of others.

Feel free to bring your computer, but the activities will only require paper and a pencil/pen. This workshop is in the Student Union Room 310. If this is session is full, please use the wait list because some students might cancel.

About the presenters:

Professor Frank Bove is the Electronic Resources Librarian at The University of Akron. He holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy from Kent State University and has expertise in avoiding plagiarism. Professor Jacqueline Lipton holds a Ph.D. in intellectual property law from Cambridge University and runs a freelance consulting business to help students with concerns about academic and other forms of writing

Tuesday, January 16, 2018
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Student Union Room 310
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