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Research Help

Online Databases for Articles

Journals, or magazines, can be a good source for current information on a topic or issue.  They are often the best source for opinions, research studies, current debates and current practices related to a topic or issue.

Paraphrasing & Citation Help

Paraphrasing is stating something in your own words to convey the same meaning.

There are steps to paraphrasing:

  1. Understand the text- highlight and re-read to fully understand.
  2. Pull out key points of the text.
  3. Put the source away and rephrase in your own words.
  4. Check your words against the original source. If there are exact phrases that you rewrote, put quotes around it.
  5. Cite it, using a signal phrase or in-text citation or footnote.

See our Citations Guides for help formatting your citations properly:

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