Direct quotations should stay a small part of your research paper. Paraphrasing and summarizing information into your words is a larger part of including information from your sources. Understanding [URL]direct quotations versus indirect quotations[/writing-resources/punctuation/direct-versus-indirect-quotations] is important in presenting information.
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These materials will help you avoid plagiarism by teaching you how to properly integrate information from published sources into your own writing.
A research paper can be made stronger through the use of quotations when you need to cite a key piece of primary source material, strengthen your argument through another writer's work, or highlight a term of art. It is important to both use quotations effectively and cite them properly though, in order to create a successful paper and avoid plagiarizing.
This version of How to Cite Shakespeare was reviewed by Michelle Golden on March 31, 2017.
How do you correct the error. Would it be appropriate as follows: [sic correction]? Do you italicize sic and the corrected word or just sic?