Attend this workshop (face-to-face or online)
- Find out how to paraphrase and integrate sources into your academic writing
- Register here
- Access the workshop slides here (pdf)
The information, resources and activities below are useful to:
- prepare for the workshop
- access if you are unable to attend
- refresh your understanding after the workshop.
Watch the interactive video (5 minutes, 51 seconds)
NOTE: This video above uses Harvard UniSA Referencing style. Visit the Referencing style guides module on the Referencing website for information about other referencing styles.
Key points from the video
Steps to help you paraphrase:
- Read the original text until you understand the idea
- Note down key concepts
- Write your version of the text without looking at the original
- Compare your paraphrase with the original and make adjustments if they are too similar
- Include a citation (in-text reference)
Other tips for paraphrasing:
- Start your sentence at a different point to the original source
- Use synonyms
- Change the form of words
- Change the sentence structure
Click here to learn more about Paraphrasing & integrating sources in your writing.
Note: You will be able to export your notes at the end of the activity below.
NOTE: The resource above uses APA 7 referencing style. Visit the Referencing style guides module on the Referencing website for information about other referencing styles.
Integrate sources into your writing
Click through the slides below to learn how to integrate sources effectively in your writing using APA 7 referencing style.