Argosy University - Online Programs Provides Valuable Training Sessions to Students 3/22/2011 Students of Argosy University – Online Programs can benefit from training sessions like “APA for Beginners” and “Turnitin for Beginners.” Both are held on a regular basis by Assistant Professor Susan Adragna.APA style was developed by the American Psychological Association and is one of the most widely recognized means of citing sources in scholarly writing. “APA for Beginners” helps to provide students with the resources they need to correctly utilize this style.Turnitin is a tool used to detect plagiarism in student writing. The software includes an “Originality Check” that reviews papers using a text comparison database. The tool also encourages proper research citation methods, making it a valuable companion to APA style.“APA for Beginners” and “Turnitin for Beginners” can be great tools for students who need a little help in these areas. According to Susan Adragna, students can attend these sessions as often as they feel is necessary, and she believes that these tools can help students grow from students to scholarly practitioners.Check the “Top Stories” section of the Campus Common home page for the latest session dates! https://www.argosy.edu/our-community/blog/argosy-university-online-programs-provides-valuable-training-sessions-to-students

Argosy University - Online Programs Provides Valuable Training Sessions to Students

Students of Argosy University – Online Programs can benefit from training sessions like “APA for Beginners” and “Turnitin for Beginners.” Both are held on a regular basis by Assistant Professor Susan Adragna.

APA style was developed by the American Psychological Association and is one of the most widely recognized means of citing sources in scholarly writing. “APA for Beginners” helps to provide students with the resources they need to correctly utilize this style.

Turnitin is a tool used to detect plagiarism in student writing. The software includes an “Originality Check” that reviews papers using a text comparison database. The tool also encourages proper research citation methods, making it a valuable companion to APA style.

“APA for Beginners” and “Turnitin for Beginners” can be great tools for students who need a little help in these areas. According to Susan Adragna, students can attend these sessions as often as they feel is necessary, and she believes that these tools can help students grow from students to scholarly practitioners.

Check the “Top Stories” section of the Campus Common home page for the latest session dates!

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