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Quoting, Summarising and Paraphrasing

Quoting, summarising and paraphrasing are different ways of including the ideas of others into your assessments.
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Paraphrasing demonstrates your understand the what you have read and makes it easier to incorporate outside information into your own academic writing.

Learn when to quote, summarise, and paraphrase so that you can incorporate the information  and evidence that you obtained from your research into your assessments.

At university, students are required to summarise literature and case studies. This is a skill that you is also needed in the work environment as you will need to summarise documents and write executive summaries in reports.

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Chapters
  • Introduction
  • 10.1 What are the Differences Between a Quote, Summary, and Paraphrase?
  • 10.2 Quoting
  • 10.3 Summarising
  • 10.4 Paraphrasing
  • Summary
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