Paraphrase: Carefully read the source. Once fully understood put the information into your own words (use synonyms). Don't look at the source while writing. The order of information does not need to be the same.
Summarize: Carefully read the source. Once the information is understood use your own words to capture the main ideas. Write without looking at the source. A summary is much shorter than the original since it only covers key points.
Quoting: Only quote when the meaning of a passage cannot be captured or have the same impact when put into your own words.
1. Define the condition
2. Provide statistics
3. Describe the negative impact for health
4. List the steps on how to reverse the negative impact
Library databases can be a great source of images (see links to recommended databases below).
Most GCC library databases have citation generators that can be used to, at the very least, provide citation support. Warning -- Generated citations often contain errors.
Charts, tables and graphs
Copyright holder or author. (Year). Title of data set [Description of source, e.g. table or chart]. Retrieved from url
Copyright holder, artist or photographer. (Year). Title [Description of source, e.g. photograph or cartoon]. Retrieved from weburlhere
Copyright holder or cartographer. (Year). Title of map [Description of source, e.g. demographic map or resource map]. Retrieved from url
When using a data source, image or map found within the contents of another resource you must cite the source it was adapted from. To do this include the title or the description of the data source, image or map followed by a citation of the source it was found within.
Description or title of data source, image or map. Adapted from include citation of source here. Include copyright year and name of copyright holder if available.