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Butler, & Kraut, 2014). Then use the first author’s last name followed by et al. (Cummings et al., 2014). Do not write the word “Introduction” before the first paragraph. Level 2 Bold Flush Left Heading If you use a direct quote, you should mention the author, the year, and the page number: Barner (2012) claims that teachers “suggest ways of looking at the new material” (p. 100). If you paraphrase the material, you do not have to mention the page number unless you provide the concrete information (%, millions). For sources published online, use the number of a paragraph instead of a page number (e.g. Brownlie, 2012, para. 12). The reference page is titled References. If you use only one (1) source: Refer- ence. Each source you mention on the reference page must be cited in the body of the text. Each source you cite in the body of the text must have a reference entry on the ref- erence page.
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ASSIGNMENT TITLE IN CAPS 4 References Barner, C. (2012). Social media and communication . New York, NY: Sage. Brownlie, D. (2012). Andragogy. Retrieved from Cummings, J. N., Butler, B., & Kraut, R. (2014). The quality of online social relationships. Communications of the ACM, 45 (7), 103-108.
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