Bring the pages from which you borrow information ONLY
: Photocopy the relevant page(s), and the page where the bibliographical information (publisher’s name, city of publication, year of publication, etc.) is given, which is most probably the first or the second page of the book.
from journals: Print the relevant page(s) ONLY
—not the whole article, and the page where the bibliographical information (Journals name, volume and issue numbers, page numbers, etc.) is given, which is most probably the first page of the article.
-To print a single pdf page, see below.
: Bring the screenshot of the relevant webpage, and the screenshot where the bibliographical information is located, which is probably at the top or the bottom of the web page.
-Follow the link to get assistance with getting screenshots: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOzLgFDzyHk
IMPORTANT GENERAL REMINDERS:
1) You must underline/highlight the parts you borrowed from your sources.
2) You must clearly show which citation was taken from which source (for example, by matching your sources and citations with numbers. Refer to your instructor for details).
3) You must clearly point out in your outline which citation method (paraphrasing, summarizing, and direct quoting) you use.