After the research it's time to start writing!
On this page you can find information on:
The IB expects you to work with your information sources effectively to extract and record the most useful information and produce your own original piece of work. See the page in this section on:
A quotation is a piece taken from another piece of work, exactly as it was originally written.
Paraphrasing involves taking a piece of writing and re-writing it in your own words.
Summarizing involves using your own words to re-write the main idea(s) of someone else's work. A summary will be significantly shorter than the original piece and will be a broad overview of it's content.
Tips for summarizing a piece of writing:
See the NoodleTools guide for tips on:
Other tutorials from the NoodleTools Help Desk:
Watch this video from the Center for Technology in Learning and Teaching at Iowa State University for an introduction to how you can use Evernote to organize your research.
Culver, Dennis. Introduction to Evernote. YouTube. Center for Technology in
Learning and Teaching, 20 Oct. 2013. Web. 21 Aug. 2015.