About
Nearly every idea is based upon other people’s thoughts and writers must acknowledge that to avoid plagiarism. Using direct quotations is the way many students prefer to do it, but it makes their texts cumbersome and hinders their self-voice.
There is a more effective way: paraphrasing. Why is it better? Because it shows how much you have understood those ideas and lets you express your own view. In this webinar, you will learn how to paraphrase effectively.
When
Thursday February 25, 2021, starting at 5:00 PM GMT
WEBINAR ENDED
Agenda
  • Academic Writing
Presenters
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pd.education by doctoralnet ltd
Director of DoctoralNet.com
DoctoralNet and MastersNet are excited to bring you step-by-step explanations of the subtleties and skills you need to help your graduate education be less stressful. We cover academic writing, research design, work-life balance and transferable skills for later employment.
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Maria Sanchez Patino
Ph.D. and Director of Design
Being a professor is my innate nature. I need to help students find their own ways of getting their goals. I have always compared my relationship with students as the one between Mr. Spock and Captain Kirk (original Star Trek) or Data and Captain Picard (Star Tek: The Next Generation): I identify the available options and the students make their decisions. That is what made me be part of DoctoralNet. I have experienced the challenges of online education for seventeen years and now I am enriching that experience teaching face-to-face courses that let me understand the needs of millennials and digital migrants more deeply. That learning is applied in my webinars and materials.
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