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Appendix A. Skimming Your Sources and Taking Notes © 2010 by Bedford/St. Martin's1 To skim a book, read the following parts The preface and introduction The acknowledgements The table of contents The notes at the end of the chapters or the end of the book The index A few paragraphs from different portions of the text
Appendix A. Skimming Your Sources and Taking Notes © 2010 by Bedford/St. Martin's2 To skim an article, read the following parts The abstract The introduction The notes and references The headings and several of the paragraphs
Appendix A. Skimming Your Sources and Taking Notes © 2010 by Bedford/St. Martin's3 Three types of note taking: Paraphrasing – rephrasing someone else’s words with your own words. Quoting – making a verbatim copy of the original. Summarizing – using your own words to rewrite a passage to make it shorter without losing the essential message.
Appendix A. Skimming Your Sources and Taking Notes © 2010 by Bedford/St. Martin's4 Record bibliographical information as you go Author Title Title of the periodical (if applicable) Publisher (for books) Place of publication (for books) Date of publication Volume and number (for periodicals) Pages Call number
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