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College Conducting Research
College Conducting Research
When must you cite your source?
  1. When using a full or partial quote
  2. When summarizing or paraphrasing
  3. When borrowing facts that are not common knowledge
  4. All of the above
College Conducting Research
College Conducting Research
College Conducting Research
How do I format the works cited pages?
  1. The first line of each source should be flush against the left side, while the second line (if any) should be hanging indented. The entire page should be double spaced.
  2. All lines of each source should be flush against the left side. The entire page should be double spaced.
  3. All lines of each source should be centered and single spaced.
  4. The first line of each source should be flush against the left side, while the second line should be indented one-half inch. There should be two spaces between each entry, the entries themselves are single spaced.
College Conducting Research
What should I do if no author is given for the work I am citing?
  1. Omit the author's name and list only the page number.
  2. Use "anonymous" in place of the author's name.
  3. Use the year of publication in place of the author's name.
  4. Use an abbreviated form of the title in place of the author's name.
College Conducting Research
If I want to add or omit information from a quotation, how do I do that?
  1. Add or omit without marking your changes because readers can go to the source if they really want to see the original.
  2. Use parentheses ( ) around the information you add and ellipses (...) for information you omit.
  3. Bold the information you add, and insert ellipses (...) for information you omit.
  4. Use brackets [ ] around the information you add and ellipses for information you omit.
College Conducting Research
How should I structure a block quotation?
  1. Indent the left side of the first line only, single-space the quotation, and include the in-text citation at the end.
  2. Indent the left side of all lines, double-space the quotation, and include the in-text citation at the end.
  3. Indent both sides of all lines, double-space the quotation, and leave out the in-text citation.
  4. Indent both sides of all lines, single-space the quotation, and include the in-text citation at the end.
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