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Steps to Citing a Source
Step 1: Determine the source type.
Is it a book, journal article, newspaper or encyclopedia entry?
Step 2: Decide if the source is print or digital.
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Step 3: Find an example citation for the source type in a citation guide.
Step 4: Use the example as a template to create your citation.
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