Finding Source Product
of these reasons, you’ll want to provide your self the full time to find source materials you will need. To have started researching, check always out of the information below.
A place that is good start may be the UT Libraries home page and its particular resources:
- The Library’s “Research Help” website has of good use tutorials and guidelines.
- The Library has arranged the databases by educational procedures and topic.
- Trained Librarians will allow you to together with your research. Take to the “Ask a Librarian” chat tool in the left-hand part for the Library’s web site.
Integrating Source Material
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For assistance with once you understand when you should summarize, paraphrase, or quote your sources — and even with learning more about the distinctions between all three — begin to see the OWL’s guide that is handy Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing.
If you’re stuck about how to speak about your supply product, have a look at Cathy Birkenstein and Gerald Graff’s they state / I Say (2017) into the collection. In specific, the 3rd chapter, “‘Yes / No / Okay, But’: 3 ways to answer,” helps authors to boil straight down their reactions to at least one of three primary groups (disagreeing with an explanation, agreeing with a significant difference, and both agreeing and disagreeing at precisely the same time) and in addition includes templates and models for launching your sources. Continue reading