Created by Paul Robeson Library, Rutgers Univ.
Not sure what the difference is between paraphrasing, summarizing and quoting?
Paraphrasing: Using your own words, restate "what the original source is saying in roughly the same length as the original." from The Curious Writer
Summarizing: A summary is "much shorter that the original source. If your aim is to summarize a long passage, look for the author's most important ideas." from The Curious Writer
Quoting: A quote contains the exact words from a source. Don't forget to use quotation marks and cite the source.
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Created by Bainbridge College
This short guide will explain plagiarism and how to avoid it.
To learn about McLennan Community College’s expectations regarding academic integrity and the consequences of cheating, plagiarism and other forms of academic dishonesty, please review Academic Integrity: A Student’s Responsibilities.