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Academic Writing Part 3: Citing Sources and Avoiding Plagiarism - Shared screen with speaker view
Talline Martins
20:47
simpsonm@ufl.edu
Talline Martins
21:37
Please add questions for here on the chat and I'll compile them and ask Dr. Simpson at the end
Limin Shi
24:08
Do you have any recommended software or website for plagiarism detection?
Talline Martins
24:16
The worksheet Dr. Simpson is using
Talline Martins
24:43
Limin, I saved your question!
Limin Shi
24:53
Thanks!
Talline Martins
29:07
We have also included the Purdue owl link on our website for the communication competency: https://gradadvance.graduateschool.ufl.edu/competencies/communication/
Barrett Uhler
31:25
That is amazing
Talline Martins
35:49
This is the doc Dr. Simpson is using
Marina Sessim
36:09
While doing literature review, I write a few sentences about claims other authors make. Should I reference in the end of every sentence, even if I have several successive sentences on the same paper? Or should I reference in the end of the analysis?
Talline Martins
36:44
Hi Marina, I saved your question!
Ke Aira Davis
47:26
would you recommend to use Grammly?
Juliana Santiago
47:36
Can you post here the name this software?
Talline Martins
47:40
workshop survey: https://ufl.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_035NeuU3YIyrbHn
Limin Shi
47:57
turnit in
Talline Martins
48:09
turnitin: software for plagiarism
Neda Jalali
48:25
Do students have access to it?
Juliana Santiago
48:41
What about techniques or software to paraphrazing? Being an international student, it is a constant challenge
Limin Shi
50:15
Does TA can use it?
Stephen Parker
50:33
In my experience, there is very little use of direct quotation in scientific writing. Our challenge with plagiarism often arises in the introduction when we provide background information and cite foundational studies. This also occurs when we provide information that will not change, such as the life history characteristics (e.g., lifespan, habitat, reproductive capacity) or management history of a species. Do you have any paraphrasing tips or resources you can suggest?
Limin Shi
50:38
Get it, thanks!!!
Shaimaa Elbalkiny
51:17
what is the acceptable percentage of cited work in a paper or thesis?
Lori Sams
51:59
I’m also interested in a response to Marina’s question.
Talline Martins
52:38
that's next, Lori :)
Talline Martins
53:43
Please complete a survey for Dr. Simpson's seminar: https://ufl.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_035NeuU3YIyrbHn
Christina Córdova-Herrera
53:47
Will the document Dr Simpson is sharing be shared with the attendees?
Talline Martins
54:38
here it is Christina:
Juliana Santiago
57:35
Going back to writing class techniques of previous class… stop the writing momentum to cite sources interrupts the flow of production. Any tip to be more effective?
Obinna Madubuike
57:39
When it comes to citations, are there guidelines to determine if an information requires citation or probably it could be a fact that I know about already?
MAY ALSHAHWAN
58:11
I have different question, For how long would these recorded parts of the workshop would be on the site?
Talline Martins
01:00:35
Hi May, we don't have a timeline for removing the videos. You may also find recordings for select workshops from the last couple of years on our website as well.
MAY ALSHAHWAN
01:01:02
Thank you
Juliana Santiago
01:02:07
I also gave a similar question as Obinna’s: I have long professional expertise and also accumulated knowledge by reading a lot about the themes from different sources and participating in conferences. When writing academically, should I seek sources to ground my arguments? Some certainly are supported by literature
Talline Martins
01:04:06
I am copying everyone's questions, thanks for adding them in the chat!
Huan Gao
01:04:52
Excuse me, sorry I am late. May I get the handout? Thank you!
Daniel Boakye
01:05:37
In a reviewed article, can you cite the reviewed author for something he/she cited someone in his writing?
Shaimaa Elbalkiny
01:06:57
In case of paraphrasing do I have to mention the author in the text bside citing the source?
Talline Martins
01:06:58
Hi Daniel, can you clarify a bit? Do you mean do you cite the author who wrote the review vs the author of the original article included in the review?
Talline Martins
01:07:30
Hi Huan, here it is:
Huan Gao
01:08:26
thank you!
Daniel Boakye
01:08:53
Yes, "citing the author who wrote the review vs the author of the original article included in the review"
Talline Martins
01:09:03
Thanks, Daniel!
Mandy Baily
01:09:25
@Daniel, I have the same question!
Victoria Adeleye
01:10:07
Same here @Mandy and @Daniel 😀
Marina Sessim
01:12:48
Sometime the original work is very old and in another language that I don’t understand. At this point, is it ok to “trust” that the reference is correct? Especially if multiple authors use the same reference?
Alexandra Peterson
01:12:50
How do you handle information (often pictures/infographics) which you can see in many secondary sources, but have no citation to the primary?
Huan Gao
01:14:37
Clarifying: How much percent of citation in lit review?
Huan Gao
01:15:48
THank you!
Keely Smith
01:16:43
Thank you!
Sundara Yarasuri
01:19:31
Hello, I missed the first two parts of the workshop. Are there recordings for all parts of the workshop available online?. Can you post the link if available. Thank you.
Talline Martins
01:19:46
please don't forget to fill our super quick evaluation: https://ufl.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_035NeuU3YIyrbHn
Talline Martins
01:20:20
All workshops from this semester can be found on our website: https://gradadvance.graduateschool.ufl.edu/programs/workshop-series/
Shaimaa Elbalkiny
01:23:14
ok..thx
Mandy Baily
01:27:38
Thank you, Dr Simpson. Your expertise is so helpful and appreciated!
Alexandra Peterson
01:27:47
Thank you!
Xiao Sun
01:27:55
Thank you! A great lecture!
Ezequiel
01:27:55
Thank you
Mandy Baily
01:27:57
and Thanks Talline, you are a great moderator.
Juliana Santiago
01:28:01
Yes, this class 3 deserved more time. Great!
vania pereira
01:28:07
Thank you
Sundara Yarasuri
01:28:11
Thank you Dr.Simpson and Talline.