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the importance of evaluating citations

Back, after having had a bit of a break away from it all, and I have to say I do feel better for it.

I also had a meeting with the university librarians, who were very helpful in gaining an understanding of the importance of citations – or references. 452 more words

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If We don’t Know What Citations Mean, What Does it Mean when We Count Them?

In my last post for the Kitchen I explored what citations might mean within any given publication.   Do citations necessarily indicate the significance of the cited publication in question? 1,223 more words

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Gay marriage legal throughout the US

On 26 June 2015, the US Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in a case named Obergefell v. Hodges in favour of same-sex marriages, the decision being based on the Fourteenth Amendment to the constitution. 306 more words

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Kuriloff, P. (2000). If John Dewey were alive today, he’d be a webhead. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 46(34), A72.

Let's Talk about Plagiarism

Amy Sexton, Kaplan University Writing Center Tutor

Plagiarism is a topic that many educators understand well as it is often explained and defined in institutions and universities’ plagiarism polices.  589 more words

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Hickman, L. (1992). John Dewey’s pragmatic technology. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.