Academic Research and the Ethics of Writing Series

Workshops in this series emphasize the writing-related principles of information literacy. Accessing and evaluating information, employing credible research, the concept of intellectual property, understanding and avoiding plagiarism, are some of the themes considered.

SSU Weekly Writing Workshops have been developed and presented by the Office of the Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP), SSU Writing Center, and Asa H. Gordon Library teams.

Learn more about each session:

- August 27 & 28, 2014: Information Literacy: What is it and why does Savannah State University want me to have it? Learn how to navigate through "information overload" to become an empowered decision-maker for life-long learning and success.

- September 3 & 4, 2014: Intellectual Property in the Digital Age. What is intellectual property and how has our technology-infused world impacted our understanding of it?

- September 10 & 11, 2014: Copyright and Fair Use. How can you legally incorporate images, video, music, and other multimedia components into your projects and presentations?