The UVic Writer's Guide


Acknowledging Your Sources


[General Stategies]-- [Bibliographies]-- [Quoting Material]-- [Parenthical Citation]-- [Footnotes]-- [Citing Books]-- [Citing Articles]-- [Citing Miscellaneous Sources] --[Citing Internet Sources]

In most assignments, you will find that you are quoting others. In a literary essay, you will probably want to quote the work you are discussing, and perhaps a critic, or the author; in an expository essay you may want to include information you have gathered from a book, a film, or a newspaper. Properly used, quotation can add authenticity and variety to your work.

General Stategies

Bibliographies

[General Stategies]-- [Bibliographies]-- [Quoting Material]-- [Parenthical Citation]-- [Footnotes]-- [Citing Books]-- [Citing Articles]-- [Citing Miscellaneous Sources]

Quoting Material In Your Work

Acknowledging Sources In Your Text (Parenthetical Citation)

[General Stategies]-- [Bibliographies]-- [Quoting Material]-- [Parenthical Citation]-- [Footnotes]-- [Citing Books]-- [Citing Articles]-- [Citing Miscellaneous Sources]

Footnotes

Citing Books

[General Stategies]-- [Bibliographies]-- [Quoting Material]-- [Parenthical Citation]-- [Footnotes]-- [Citing Books]-- [Citing Articles]-- [Citing Miscellaneous Sources]

Citing Articles

Citing Miscellaneous Sources

Citing Internet Sources

[General Stategies]-- [Bibliographies]-- [Quoting Material]-- [Parenthical Citation]-- [Footnotes]-- [Citing Books]-- [Citing Articles]-- [Citing Miscellaneous Sources] --[Citing Internet Sources]


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