Posted: Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Tell Students: Workshops to Success – APA Style: Why Does It Have to Be So Difficult?
The formats required for a research paper can sometimes be confusing and overwhelming. "APA Style: Why Does It Have to Be So Difficult?" is the next session in the Workshops to Success series sponsored by the Academic Skills Center of University College and offered free to Buffalo State students. Instructor-tutor Tom Renzi will clarify APA style, showing you what information to include and how to organize it. Librarian Lisa Forrest will acquaint you with resources in E. H. Butler Library.
Date: Wednesday, February 20
Time: 2:00–3:00 p.m.
Location: Classroom Building C116
Presenters: Thomas Renzi and Lisa Forrest
Note to Buffalo State instructors: Please encourage your students to attend, perhaps by giving them extra credit for participating. Students can sign an attendance sheet, which we will forward to you. Call the ASC at ext. 4041.
Drop-in visitors are gladly welcome, but if you’d like to reserve a seat for the workshop—or if you have any questions—please call the ASC at ext. 4041.