Have you ever struggled to integrate evidence into your writing? Or you might have found the perfect resource to support your argument, but you’re not sure how to paraphrase its key ideas properly, or how to reference it correctly. If this sounds familiar, our Winter Break English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Paraphrasing and Referencing workshop is for you!
The workshops will be run by Claire and Cece – former Flinders’ students turned learning experts who will help you build your paraphrasing and referencing skills through fun and interactive activities.
This workshop will cover:
- when to quote and when to paraphrase
- frequently asked referencing questions
- the difference between in-text citations and reference lists
You’ll meet other students in a friendly, safe, and focussed environment. If you attend on campus, you will also get the chance to apply your newly-developed skills to your own learning goals with a study session in the Learning Lounge supported by our learning advisors.
Please be aware you will need to complete a pre-class activity before attending your workshop. More details about this will be sent in the week prior to your workshop.
See workshop and registration details below.