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Berlin: The Architecture of Memory: Citation

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When to Use Citations

You must use citations when:

  • You use a direct quote from a resource.
  • You paraphrase a sentence or paragraph from a source.
  • You use an IDEA from a source that is not common knowledge.

When in doubt, cite it!

Assignment Citation

The citation for this assignment is different from other research projects because of the nature of the final product. Aesthetics are important!

Use the following format for:

The Brochure / Information Sheet

  • Parenthetical citation: (author's last name, page #) or (abbreviated webpage title)
  • To abbreviate a URL, use this website: TinyURL.

Works Cited (separate page)

  • Chicago Style

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