* Use signal words to indicate presentation of ideas; authority of source
• Optional: reword or rephrase an idea, but give credit to the source/author as before.
• Once an author has been “introduced,” next time, just use last name with action verb
- Additionally, Stone also called for the requirement of more emphasis on research and cross-curriculum projects to develop student awareness of writing in a college environment.
- Refer to a website by the article title and source:
- An article from an Odessa College website, “Chompzilla Eats Grammar Errors,” breaks down the various choices of punctuation.
- Magazine or newspaper: name them!
- A Time magazine article by Janis Tanner, “The Growing Awareness of Indigo Children,” brings up the topic of a new generation of youngsters and parental understanding.
• COPY WORDS EXACTLY, and put author’s name/ “article title” in parenthesis behind it.
- For example, it is noted that “most attorneys are well prepared by our state college programs” (Furman 21).
• In-text citation; multiple works by one author; no signal/action verb
Need to indicate which source it comes from: