Talk:”Discouraging Plagiarism through Egalitarian Ethics: Teaching Copy-left, Collaboration, and Emancipation in the Composition Classroom,” Yan Overfield Shaw, FAE, G-160, 12:40PM April 14 (EN)

We are pleased to invite you to the fifth session of the FAE Writing Colloquia:
Writing Matters, this Thursday, 14 April, 12:40-13:20 in G160. Each month, FAE will host a brief talk given by a student, instructor, professor or member of the community on writing (and more specifically, writing at Bilkent University), followed by an open discussion. This Thursday’s talk will be given by FAE instructor Yan Overfield Shaw, and is titled “Discouraging Plagiarism through Egalitarian Ethics: Teaching Copy-left, Collaboration, and Emancipation in the Composition Classroom”

This is the first installment of this semester’s series. Anyone is welcome to attend any of the talks. If you would like to be involved in presenting during the next series, please contact bonar@bilkent.edu.tr, Please be advised that spaces are limited and that a diversity of perspectives is being sought.

The purpose of this series is to connect all the different levels of writing teaching going on at Bilkent, with the hopes of developing a stronger communal approach. More information can be found here:
http://w3.bilkent.edu.tr/bilkent/faculty-academic-english-program-colloquium-call-for-participants/