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Graduate Research Series: Scholarly Writing

Fall 2016, Spring 2016
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Erin Herrmann

on 9 September 2016

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Transcript of Graduate Research Series: Scholarly Writing

Writing into the Day
What are your strengths as a writer?
What are your writing frustrations or challenges?
What would you like to gain from our workshop today? Are there particular aspects of the writing process you would like to focus on?
What specific writing projects are you working on in grad school?
Rhetorical Situation
Overview
Concepts to consider throughout your writing process:
Thinking Critically
Gathering & Organizing your research
Organizing your writing
Maintaining academic integrity
Writing is Revising
Creating a plan of action
Using Resources and the Writing Center
Having a Plan & Using Available Resources
Time management
Accountability partners
Scheduled writing times
Knowing what works for you
Utilizing the University Writing Center
Scholarly Writing: Strategies and Ideas for Writing at the Graduate Level
Q & A
Erin Herrmann
Assistant Director
University Writing Center
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Thinking
Critically
Mentor Text
Literature of the field
Samples from your professor
Read as a writer
Mirror their organizational patterns
Follow their style of language
Audience Questions to Consider before Writing
Journal Article Matrix
Gathering and Organizing
Your Research
Checklist for Article Sources:
Reverse Outlining
Organizing
Your
Writing
Paragraph Sandwich
Outline
Writing Is Revising
Academic
Integrity
University Writing Center @ ECU
Higher Order Concerns vs.
Lower Order Concerns
Paramedic Method of Revision
Synthesis of Ideas:
The Dinner Party Research Conversation
Dinner Party Example
Locations:

1st Floor of Joyner Library (room 1015)
What We Do: We offer one-on-one consultations to assist you at any stage of your writing.
Register & Make an appointment at ecu.mywconline.com
Who We Are: Our consultants consist of undergraduate and graduate students from across disciplines.

Health Sciences Campus
1st Floor of Laupus Library (room 2514)

Hours:

Joyner Library
Monday - Wednesday: 9:00 am - 10:00 pm
Thursday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sunday 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Laupus Library
*See our online schedule for the most up-to-date schedule information

http://ecu.mywconline.com


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Understanding Academic Integrity @ ECU: Policies and Procedures
Definition of Plagiarism:
"Copying the language, structure, ideas, and/or thoughts of another and adopting the same as one's own original work."
(ECU Student Handbook)
Procedures for Violations of Academic Integrity:
1. Faculty member notifies student in writing of suspected violation and requests a meeting.
2. Student responds to notification.
3. Initial meeting occurs.
4. Faculty member determines outcome of initial meeting.
Plagiarism can result in a failing grade on the assignment, course failure, or even expulsion from the University. Further, it results in you losing credibility within your academic and professional community.
Understanding Academic Integrity
The not so obvious examples of plagiarism:
building on someone's idea(s) without citing the source
using words too closely when paraphrasing
misrepresenting ideas
self-plagiarism
The obvious examples of plagiarism:
copying an entire paper
copying large sections of text
copying text with only slight changes
missing or inaccurate citations
You don't need to credit...
your own experiences
your own observations
your own opinions
generally accepted facts
common knowledge
Maintaining
Academic
Integrity
Tips:
- Always give credit where credit is due for words and ideas.
- Recognize and cite both global and specific ideas and
concepts within a source.
- If in doubt, cite it!
Incorporate Research:
Citation:
- Summary
- Paraphrase
- Quotation
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UWC Resources
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Citation Generators*:
Database References,
Son of Citation Machine, Easy Bib, Google
Scholar
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NC State Citation Builder (MLA or APA):

http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/citationbuilder/
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Purdue OWL Citation Comparison Chart:

https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/949/01/

*Always review and compare generated citations against style manuals ensure accuracy.
Let's practice Paraphrasing!
HOC
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http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/writing/wac/resources.cfm
Check out a plethora of student writing resources:
Examples: Quotations and Paraphrase
In a recent interview, Tina Fey remarked, "Do your thing and don't care if they like it."
Quote:
Paraphrase:
Fey argues that it is important for women to empower themselves.
Examples: Quotations and Paraphrase
In articulating an understanding of the term 'tutoring' and its implications within writing center work, Grutsch McKinney contends, "The writing center is a support service, most believe, with no ambitions of being part of the curriculum. Students bring in the work they are completing for classes and tutors help them reach the goals the instructors have set" (66).
Quote:
Paraphrase:
In articulating an understanding of the term 'tutoring' and its implications within writing center work, Grutsch McKinney contends that tutors and the broader writing center are available as secondary support to the primary space of the classroom and the professor's assignments and objectives (66).
Thank you!
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