Step I. Question your wording. It's almost impossible to remember something you hear verbatim. ... Step II. Run a search. The Quoteland search engine will often help you track down the words you're looking for with ease. ... Step III. Ask the discussion groups. ... Step IV. Go to the library.
Articles retrieved from databases such as Lexis-Nexis and ProQuest Personal and organizational websites Government and institutional websites Blogs Email messages Social media, such as Tweets and Facebook pages Computer source code
Example of a Quote by One Author Used in the Text of Another Book, Within the Text. ... More Information Further Help. This information is intended to be a guideline, not expert advice. ...
Examples Letter without a title: Simon Fraser University Archives. Halpern Family fonds, F-58-2-0-0-9. Paul Kirby to Ida Halpern. ... Excerpt from minutes: Simon Fraser University Archives. East Enders Society fonds, F-59-1-0-0-2. ... Transcript of interview: Simon Fraser University Archives. Women's Labour History collection, F-67-1-0-0-36. ...
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