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Integrating Sources - 3 options
PARAPHRASING | SUMMARIZING | QUOTING
Integrate sources by paraphrasing, summarizing, and quoting.
See Integrating Sources materials from The Writing Studio at Colorado State University. Use the links on the right to skip to the sections you want to view. See below for additional materials.
Quotations - from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, The Writing Center
- includes information on setting up a quotation and provides verb suggestions
Quoting Others - from OWL Purdue
- includes templates for introduction and explaining quotations.
Summary: Using it Wisely - from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, The Writing Center
- distinguishes between summary and analysis
Summarizing - OWL Purdue Online Writing Lab
- provides an example of a summary
Writing Paraphrases - from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, The Writing Center
- explains the importance of paraphrasing and gives an example
Paraphrase: Write It in Your Own Words - from OWL Purdue Online Writing Lab
- lists steps for effective paraphrasing and provide an example of both a paraphrase and summary
Annoying Ways People Use Sources