How to do a in-text reference if you use 2 sources in one sentence.
Based on the quotations provided, summarize the text with an appropriate in-text reference.
1. "An academic summary tells the main points of a source text in brief form. As a condensed version of the source material, it can range anywhere from a couple of sentences to a short summary article, depending on the length of the source and your purposes for writing. In writing a summary, you need to select the most important points of the source text and report on (vs. react to) them using your own words."
This quote is by Melanie Marse from the article "Writing an Academic Summary" on page 4 published in January 12, 2008.
2. "In the conclusion, the author provides a retrospective overview of the most important parts of the text, presents the results obtained and makes proposals for further research. The summary is not used to pose new problems or present views or conclusions made in relation to questions that were not addressed in the previous parts of the paper."
This quote is from the "EUAS GUIDELINES FOR COMPOSING AND FORMATTING STUDENT PAPERS" on page 22. The guideline is published in 2020.