A text quotation is a short note in the text of a work or presentation that refers the reader to a full note at the end of the work, or to a quote that contains all the necessary details about the source of information. One text quotation follows the same pattern of paraphrasing and summarizing the essential elements of the idea of another, this time directly in your work. It shows the reader where certain ideas, words and / or papers come from. With a reference entry, readers have access to the information they need to find this source.
Once you have specified the details for a quote of a particular source type, you can find source types by citation style. Once you have specified what type of source you want to quote, create a complete bibliographic quotation (which will appear on the Bibliography and References page) for all types of sources you want to quote. After you ... Read more »