In this module you will learn how to
- identify scholarly conversations and the rules scholars use in these conversations
- produce citation and attribution for a variety sources and styles
- understand the differences between quoting, paraphrasing and summarizing
- apply the values and practices of citation and attribution to your own work
acknowledgement of someone as a participant in the production of something.
Merriam Webster defines a scholar as
1 : a person who attends a school or studies under a teacher : pupil
2a : a person who has done advanced study in a special field,
2b : a learned person
3 : a holder of a scholarship
anything created by anyone else - papers, presentations, images, videos, memes, tweets, scholarly articles, class notes and more. When you participate in class, write a paper, or do group work, you are likely using other people’s work in some way and creating your own works as well.
referencing a source, usually through a formal citation style.