the features of the quote above.
1. It is relevant to the topic.
2. It is in quotes " " .
3. It is more than one line long so it is indented (=
moved a small distance from the left hand side of the
4. Near the end a few words from the original quote were
dropped, so I used ... to show that some words are missing.
5. I used a reference to a footnote (1). This means that
the reader needs to look at the bottom of the page to
find out where I took this quote from.
at the footnote at the bottom.
The features of a footnote are:
1. A number to make it clear and easy to find the quote
and the details of where it came from.
2. You can see the author's name and the name of the document.
You need to include the following information if it is
a. the author's name
b. the name of the document
c. the date on which it was published
d. the internet address of the page you took the quote
e. the date you found the quote (in brackets)
You need to include the following:
a. name of Author/s - family name followed by initials
b. year of publication (in brackets)
c. title of book
d. name of publisher
e. page number/s the quote came from
W. K. Durfee, "Citations in a Report"
(19 January, 2005)