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Sources used for your presentation must be verified as credible. Keep in mind that evaluating your sources as you go will save you time and frustration when it comes time to writing your bibliography. When verifying your sources, make sure you can answer this question: "Why do you think this source is credible?" Here are some questions to help you determine credibility:
A quote is word-for-word copying of another person’s words. A paraphrase is a summary of another person's ideas and words. A summary provides an overview of a source. Knowing how to quote, paraphrase, and summarize sources is an important part of avoiding plagiarism.