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Integrating Your Sources

Part 1: Writing Timeline, Integrating Sources, and Signal Phrases (4:36)

Part 2: Summarizing a Source (2:04)

Part 3: Annotations, Note-Taking, and Bibliographies (2:57)

Part 4: Paraphrasing and Revising (3:26)

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Integrating Your Sources Part 1

Part 1: Writing Timeline, Integrating Sources, and Signal Phrases

 

We explore the writing timeline, the importance of integrating sources, and introduces signal phrases and direct quotations.

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Total watch time: 4:36

Integrating Your Sources Part 2

Part 2: Summarizing a Source


What is summarizing? We provides tips on how to summarize the information you're reading.

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Total watch time: 2:04

Integrating Your Sources Part 3

Part 3: Annotations, Note-Taking, and Bibliographies


We introduce the idea of annotating source using notes and bibliographies, as well as how to use images or graphs from other sources.

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Total watch time: 2:57

Integrating Your Sources Part 4

Part 4: Paraphrasing and Revising


An overview of strategies to effectively and ethically paraphrase a source, as well as the importance of revising your writing.

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Total watch time: 3:26