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Winter 2021-22 Updates
Learning Commons spaces are open to students enrolled in winter and spring classes. ALL students & staff on campus are required to wear a mask.
Located in Washington, DC, the Folger Shakespeare Library is a fantastic resource for learning about Shakespeare's works and life. It also provides programming celebrating Shakespeare's continuing influence on culture and society.
The CRAAP Test developed by the Meriam Library at California State University, Chico.
Definition: In an instructional setting, plagiarism occurs when a writer deliberately uses someone else’s language, ideas, or other original (not common-knowledge) material without acknowledging its source.
While some types of writing aren't as concerned with documenting sources, ideas, images, sounds, etc. traditional academic writing requires these best practices.
Sources: wpacouncil.org and owl.english.purdue.edu
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Drawing of Shakespeare
Photo by Tony Netone on Flickr at https://flic.kr/p/56xN24 of a black and white drawing of Shakespeare.
(CC BY 2.0 License)