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Quoting = Paraphrasing ?

The answer is NO!

Quoting:It is to match the original source word by word  and always use quotion marks " " to cover the material you quoted. In addition to quotation marks or indenting, all quoted material should also be cited.

Paraphrasing: Does not match original sources word by word. Use your own words to express the ideas and information from the original source but retain fully communicate to the original meaning. All paraphrase materials must be cited too.

Reference:

How to paraphrase 2014, Plagiarism.org, Viewed by 15th of December 2014, <http://www.plagiarism.org/citing-sources/how-to-paraphrase/>

 

Bibliographic Manageemnt Tools

There are variety of bibliographic management tools available such as Endnote, Zotero, Mendeley, BibTeX... These tools helps you to import references and citations from your favorite database and websites, build and format your bibliographies, save and organize your PDF files, images and other files from your research. To choose an appropriate tool for your research a lot of factors such as cost, stability, operating system, citation styles compatibility ,will be considered.

 

Bibliographic Manageemnt Tools Tutorials

Zptero and Mendelaey are free softwares to manage citation and bibliography.

The following Tutorial videos show how to apply them in your research.

 

Citations

what is a citation?

It is an abbreviated expression embedded in the body of literary work to acknowledgel that certain material came from another source.

A citation gives readers the information about the original author, title, the name of publisher, the date of publishing and the page numbers of material that your are using.

Reference:

What is citation 2014, Plagiarism.org, Viewed by 15th of December 2014, <http://www.plagiarism.org/citing-sources/whats-a-citation/>

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