Key takeaways on using sources

Citation, attribution, paraphrasing, summarizing, and quoting are all valuable skills you need as a scholar.

In this module, you learned how to

  • identify scholarly conversations and the rules scholars use in these conversations (look for in-text citations)
  • produce citation and attribution for a variety sources and styles
  • understand the differences between quoting, paraphrasing and summarizing
By completing this module, you should know now that your work at the University revolves around the idea of the scholarly conversation. You show this by having well-sourced arguments and use citation and attribution when you use sources in your work.

Next: Take a quiz for a Certificate of Completion



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