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Student Resources > Avoiding Plagiarism > How to Quote, Paraphrase and Summarize

 

 

 
 

How to Quote, Paraphrase and Summarize

   

The best way to avoid plagiarism is to know how to incorporate the words and ideas of other's into your work.  This page provides commentary and links to resources that explain and teach how to properly quote, paraphrase and summarize the words and ideas of others.

 

 

Quoting

 


Resources


 

Top Choices

 

  • Bedford Research Room

    http://bedfordstmartins.com/researchroom/

     

    This page provides links to the many online resources connected to Mike Palmquist's The Bedford Researcher. Of particular note are the many research checklists (on topics such as narrowing a topic, planning an online search, taking notes, and even drafting),  "How to" guides that cover everything from searching online library catalogs, databases, and web sites, to developing a research question and evaluting sources, and links to research tutorials and the Bedford Bibliographer (a free web tool for generating bibliographic citations in MLA, APA and Chicago styles).

 

 

Paraphrasing

 


Resources


 

Top Choices

 

  • Bedford Research Room

    http://bedfordstmartins.com/researchroom/

     

    This page provides links to the many online resources connected to Mike Palmquist's The Bedford Researcher. Of particular note are the many research checklists (on topics such as narrowing a topic, planning an online search, taking notes, and even drafting),  "How to" guides that cover everything from searching online library catalogs, databases, and web sites, to developing a research question and evaluting sources, and links to research tutorials and the Bedford Bibliographer (a free web tool for generating bibliographic citations in MLA, APA and Chicago styles).

 

 

 

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