LINGUIST List 7.51

Thu Jan 11 1996

FYI: How to cite on-line research

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Message 1: How to Cite On-Line Research

Date: Thu, 11 Jan 1996 12:52:35 CST
From: Minchewact.org <Minchewact.org>
Subject: How to Cite On-Line Research

There is an increasing need for a standard way of citing on-line
research. On-line sites may change addresses, move to new locations,
be revised, and/or disappear. The January 12, 1996, issue of *The
Chronicle of Higher Education* has a helpful discussion which should
be on the *Chronicle* web site <http://chronicle.merit.edu>; by January
16, 1996.

Three good citation guides that are increasingly being followed are:

 <gopher://h-net.msu.edu:70/00/lists/H-ARFICA/internet-cit>;
 "A Brief Citation Guide for Internet Sources in History and the
 Humanities," by Melvin E. Page.

 <http://www.uvm.edu/~xli/reference/estyles.html>;
 "Bibliographic Formats for Citing Electronic Information." by Xia
 Li and Nancy B. Crane.

 <http://www.cas.usf.edu/english/walker/mla.html>;
 MLA-Style Citations of Electronic Sources, by Janice R. Walker.


 Daniel
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