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Here are some resources on plagiarism: From the Purdue OWL. Methods of avoiding plagiarism. Shown here is a simplification of the Borrowing format documentation system. Make sure that the documentation style you use conforms to the system required by the journal, publisher, or instructor you write for.
Number System of Documentation If you've taken other college writing courses recently, you have probably been Borrowing format to other documentation systems—specifically the MLA, or works-cited system.
The problem with that system is that it is rather limted to the literature field. Unfortunately, it is not widely used outside that field—especially not in technical and scientific fields.
One of the more common systems used in technical fields is the number system. It's too bad you have to learn a different system, but at least this one is easy to learn and use. The citation-sequence version of the CSE Scientific Documentation see the link above is one of the specific incarnations of the number system.
Notice that here that we use brackets, not parentheses for the source indicators. In this number system, you list your information sources alphabetically, number them, and put the list at the back of your report. Then in the body of your report, whenever you borrow information from one of those sources, you put the source number and, optionally, the page number in brackets at that point in the text where the borrowed information occurs.
The following examples show how this system works: What to Document This question always comes up: There is no neat, clean answer. You may have heard it said that anything in an encyclopedia or in an introductory textbook is common knowledge and need not be documented. However, if you grabbed it from a source like that just recently—it really isn't common knowledge for you, at least not yet.
If you just flat can't remember how you came by the information, then it has safely become common knowledge for you. All that's really going on here is that we're trying to protect the efforts of those poor devils who worked themselves into the ground originating the information we want to borrow—give 'em a break, give 'em their due!
One other question that is often asked: You document any information, regardless whether it is in print, in electronic bits, magnetic spots, or in thin air. How to Place the Source Indicators It's a bit tricky deciding exactly where to place the source indicators—at the beginning of the passage containing the borrowed information, at the end?
If it makes sense to "attribute" the source cite the name of the author or the title of the informationyou can put the attribution at the beginning and the bracketed source indicator at the end as shown in the following.
Example page with bracketed source indicators and corresponding source list In the number documentation system, the code numbers in the text of the report are keyed to the references page.
Notice that the attribution of the quotation indicates the beginning of the borrowed information and the bracketed source indicator marks the end. How to Set up the Sources List A bit more challenging is setting up the list of information sources—that numbered, alphabetized list you put at the end of the document.
The context here is still the number system. The best way to learn is to use examples. The following examples show you how to handle books, government reports, articles from magazines and journals, encyclopedia articles, and personal interviews.
Internet and Web information sources. For format on citing Internet and Web information sources, see any of the resources listed above. As you will see, there are quite a few variations. However, a simple functional practice would be in this order: Author name, last name first.
If that's not available, use the organization's name, followed by a period. Next, the title of the page.This sample resolution for a loan is written for a county-owned airport. It can easily be changed for use with an airport that a city or district operates.
The font size and page margins have been modified so that. outline format -- each section, if applicable to your company, should be included in a complete business plan or loan proposal.
Loan Proposal for Olympic Flooring Purpose of Loan Olympic Flooring is seeking to: (a) Convert existing short-term notes of $, to .
Online Library (by format): eBooks. Online literacy resource that pairs classic video storybooks with related nonfiction eBooks to build a love of reading and learning in young readers in grades pre-K BORROWING EQUIPMENT AUTHORIZATION FORM I,, have borrowed from Findlay City Schools the following equipment.
I will return said equipment to Findlay City Schools by, in the same condition it was in when it was borrowed. Failure to return the equipment. or damage not resulting from normal. Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Borrowing formatting with the Format Painter, part of OneNote Essential Training.
includes titles that are checked out and titles available to borrow right now) 1. Click on Advanced Search (located under Quick Search, right below the Search box) Click on the drop down menu under “All formats” (located directly across the word Format) 3.
Choose Kindle Book 4. Click on Search 5.