It's easy to quote, to dump in nice juicy block quotation that proves what we've already said. But how do we really use our sources? How do we introduce them usefully, integrate them seamlessly, put them into conversation with each other, and value them as actual sources for ideas, rather than as proof that we met the source requirement? The links below offer help.

Incorporating sources into research writing: this long handout offers a bunch of useful advice: a checklist for evaluating useful sources, advice on where and how to integrate sources within paragraphs, and a couple of example paragraphs.  

Integrating sources into your writing this UWC-produced video offers advice on summarizing, paraphrasing, and quoting

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