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Resources for Writers: Paraphrasing & Quoting

How to Choose a Resource

A globe Great for most writers, especially those in English 10, 20, 30 or above

The letters a, b, and c in a small box Perfect for  English 10 and anyone learning a new writing skill  Good for students in English 10, 20, 30 or higher who do not use English as a first language A book under a magnifying glass Resources for students writing research papers and other upper-level assignments

How to Use Quotations

If you need to use quotations in your writing, these resources can help you choose the best quotes and use them correctly.

How to Paraphrase and Summarize

Summarizing and paraphrasing allow you to use your sources much more flexibly. These resources can help you:

Citing Your Paraphrases, Summaries, and Quotations

If you've used someone else's words or put someone else's ideas into your own words, you need to show it. Learn how to give credit to the resources you've used in the body of your paper through in-text citations.

Want more resources?

Try looking through the subject guides on NorQuest Library's website! Find more writing resources and get information specific to your course or program in these collections managed by librarians and tutors.