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Cornell University    
  Feb 20, 2018
Courses of Study 2017-2018
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ELSO 6540 - Advanced Academic Writing: Writing with Sources

Fall, spring (weeks 1-7 and 8-15 both semesters). 1.5 credits. S/U grades only.

N. Cox, N. Lindberg.

To write academic papers with sophistication, you must know how to write effectively with sources–how to read papers strategically, take effective notes, integrate source material into your prose, and build an argument based on sources. This course focuses on strategies related to writing with sources, which you may apply directly to a current project, such as a proposal, research paper, or thesis. By the end of this course, you will understand how to effectively use source material in your writing while avoiding plagiarism and keeping your voice in the forefront.

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