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Review Quiz

 

Finding

Reading Citations

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Citations represent more than just books and magazines. They represent any written, spoken, or broadcast source, including Web sites, a single chapter from a book, or a documentary video.

First, click on the source types below for clues on how to read citations.

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Second, practice identifying the source type for each citation in the above quiz.

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