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Constructing God: From Ancient Text to Contemporary Film: Essay Writing

Constructing God: From Ancient Text to Contemporary Film -- FYS 175-01, Spring 2015; (Dr. Michael O'Keeffe)

You Need to Cite

You Don't Need to Cite

Tip

There are 3 ways to use sources: quote, paraphrase, summarize.  In paraphrasing you need to change all the original words or phrases to avoid plagiarism. In all cases you need to properly cite the source.

There are 3 techniques to use sources: introduce it, cite it, list of references.

There are 2 ways of citing: in-text, end notes/footnotes.

There are 2 types of plagiarism: ghost writing, copy & paste


You may test your knowledge of plagiarism in this excellent quiz created by the Indiana University.

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