- Category: Events
- Published: January 12, 2012
- Written by The Black Perspective
Attendees will learn about how to cite information in APA style and using the Bluebook during webinar on January 25
BUFFALO, NY (January 12, 2012) – Bryant & Stratton College Online, a leader in online associate’s degree programs, will host a free webinar for paralegal professionals and students who want to master how to correctly cite references in their professional and academic work. The webinar, titled "Citation: Using APA & the Bluebook Together," will be held on Wednesday, January 25, from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. EST. This webinar may be particularly helpful for students enrolled in or interested in pursuing degrees in paralegal studies.
The webinar will specifically cover different field-appropriate citation styles as well as the importance of citation. Additionally, the webinar will highlight:
- How to avoid plagiarism through proper citation
- How to cite basic materials using APA
- How to cite basic legal materials using the Bluebook, a citation guide for legal materials
- How APA and the Bluebook work seamlessly together in academic papers
The webinar will be presented by Brandy Kreisler , Online Instructor at Bryant & Stratton College Online. Ms. Kreisler has taught online for more than six years, and is passionate about legal research and writing. Ms. Kreisler holds a law degree from Texas Tech School of Law and a Masters of Library and Information Science from the
"In today’s internet-age information is so readily available, causing an increase in instances of plagiarism – especially accidental or ‘responsible’ plagiarism. This webinar will help attendees identify instances where citation is necessary, what reference materials to use and how to properly cite information," said Ms. Kreisler. "Citation is a core concept that every paralegal student and professional should master. This webinar will be valuable for anyone who wants to be a competitive job candidate in the paralegal field."
Current and prospective students interested in attending, are invited to register for the free webinar at http://online.bryantstratton.edu/webinar/. For those unable to attend, a recorded version of the webinar as well as highlights from the webinar will be available to download at http://onlineblog.bryantstratton.edu/ after January 26.