Monday 10th October 2016

This morning’s CTS workshop consisted of an introduction to the different resources on offer at LCC and some advice about referencing. We also spoke about the importance of authorship, and what it means to be an author. Being an author doesn’t necessarily mean being a writer; an author can be anyone who creates something e.g. A musician, a fashion designer, an artist, etc. Every student in the room was an author every time they created something new.

The first activity involved being in a group of 6 and the idea was to order a variety of resources from most to least helpful. The first decision made by the group was that “Tweet” should go straight to the bottom. It’s a completely unreliable, unverified, and biased source. The finished list is on the left hand side. The context of our next activity was around a Russian feminist punk…

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