Getting Your Reading into Your Writing

When: Tuesday, October 11, 11 am - 12 pm ET


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Presenter: Christine Tulley, Professor of English, Founder and Director of the Master of Arts in Rhetoric and Writing, The University of Findlay

Many scholarly writing projects require engagement and citation of previous literature to situate an argument or purpose. Yet new and experienced academic writers struggle to determine 1) which sources are best suited for the project, 2) how much citation is needed, and 3) how to take notes on sources and move notes on sources into a writing project.

In this one webinar, learn how to systematically cite, analyze, interpret and comment on judiciously selected past scholarly literature to situate your writing project.

Christine Tulley is Professor of English and Founder and Director of the Master of Arts in Rhetoric and Writing at The University of Findlay. As the campus Academic Development Coordinator, she runs faculty writing groups and offers tenure and promotion application support including effective practices for writing teaching philosophies and persuasive reflective statements. She is the author of How Writing Faculty Write (2018) and contributes regularly to Inside Higher Education on faculty productivity issues. She also serves as a research adviser to Prolifiko, a UK-based writing productivity think tank, and as a dissertation writing coach with Defend and Publish.