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Acknowledging Sources

Always acknowledge (use direct quotations with):

A direct quotation

A statistic

An idea

Someone else’s opinion

Concrete facts not considered “common knowledge”

Information not commonly known

Information taken from the computer (CDs, the Internet, etc.)

Illustrations, photographs, or charts that aren’t yours

Source:

Silverman, Jay, Elaine Hughes, and Diana Roberts Weinbroer. Rules of Thumb: A Guide for Writers. New York: McGraw Hill, 2002.

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