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Free online workshops open to all faculty, staff, and students!

All workshops take place asynchronously through Blackboard. Students who complete a workshop will receive a certificate of completion and/or a digital badge.

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Don't be a Copycat: Plagiarism 101, Part I and II
Confused about what constitutes plagiarism? Struggle with writing citations? Join us at this remedial workshop for the chance to gain the skills you need to avoid the scary consequences of plagiarism. Participants will learn what plagiarism is, gain source integration skills, and practice creating citations in MLA or APA style. The online workshop is asynchronous and students must complete it by Dec. 4th in order to receive a certificate of completion or digital badges.
Find out more about this workshop.
Instructor: Mandi Goodsett
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Credly Pro Badge

Credly Pro: To receive digital badges through the library, you'll need to sign up for a Credly account first, which will earn you your first badge!



Plagiarism Police Badge

Plagiarism Police - Determine what constitutes plagiarism.



Citation  Scholar Badge

Citation Scholar - Explore why we use citations to give attribution.



Idea Integrator Badge

Idea Integrator - Integrate outside sources into your writing successfully.



Master Badge

MLA Master or APA Artisan - Use the rules of MLA or APA style to correctly cite sources.

Digital Badge FAQ

What is a digital badge?
Digital badges are micro-credentials which acknowledge learning or accomplishments that happen both in the classroom and in less formal settings, like these online workshops.
What can I do with a digital badge?
Digital badges can be displayed in online portfolios, websites, or LinkedIn profiles. See instructions for adding a badge to your LinkedIn profile.
What are the criteria for earning a digital badge?
Criteria for earning these badges can be found on the Avoiding Plagiarism Research Guide.
Evaluating Sources
Did you know that you can believe everything you find on the Internet? Ok, you know that isn't true, but how can you discern the true information you find online from the biased or downright untrue information? In this workshop you'll develop the skills to effectively evaluate information you encounter so you can find the highest quality sources, whether for an assignment or in your everyday life. The online workshop is asynchronous and students must complete it by Dec. 4th to receive a certificate of completion or digital badges.
Instructor: Mandi Goodsett
Please Register
Credly Pro Badge

Credly Pro: To receive digital badges through the library, you'll need to sign up for a Credly account first, which will earn you your first badge!



Context  Champ Badge

Context Champ - Gain the skills to determine your information need based on the context of your search.



Super  Skeptic Badge

Super Skeptic - Explore reliable ways to determine the credibility of sources.



CRAAP  Crew Badge

CRAAP Crew - Use criteria to critically evaluate sources for your research.



Expert  Evaluator Badge

Expert Evaluator - Apply what you've learned to evaluate some sources successfully.



Digital Badge FAQ

What is a digital badge?
Digital badges are micro-credentials which acknowledge learning or accomplishments that happen both in the classroom and in less formal settings, like these online workshops.
What can I do with a digital badge?
Digital badges can be displayed in online portfolios, websites, or LinkedIn profiles. See instructions for adding a badge to your LinkedIn profile.
What are the criteria for earning a digital badge?
Criteria for earning these badges can be found on the Evaluating Resources Research Guide.