Day 5 - parentheses in your work when directly quoting...

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You would start by carefully noting all the information you'll need for your work's cited pages. Photocopy the articles or pages of a book or journal you will be using as your sources, this way you'll have the information when and if you need it later. If you are tempted to borrow another author's intellectual knowledge then try writing your own notes with the book closed, after you've read it of course. This will ensure that the ideas and information your write is in your own words. Be careful to uses quotations and
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Unformatted text preview: parentheses in your work when directly quoting information from another source, this also helps you so that when you return to your notes you will easily be able to look up the source again if you need more information. After you are done writing your draft paper, be sure to submit it to a plagiarism checker to ensure you have properly given credit where credit is due....
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