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From: "Mitchell Maltenfort" <mmalten -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Fri, 19 May 2006 13:33:10 -0400

Depends on the source of the info.

If the info came from one of the papers or books reviewed in the
course, then that's the reference.

If this was something that Professor Hiram Arbuckle said (or whoever
the prof was), then perhaps "Prof. Hiram Arbuckle, UC Davis, personal
communication" might do the trick.

On 5/19/06, Beth Kumar <beth -dot- kumar -at- nsidc -dot- org> wrote:

Hi...does anyone have any suggestions on how to cite a college class on
a reference page? I can't seem to find anything on how to go about this..

For instance, I was given

as a reference that was cited in a paper...this link just goes to a
coruse description. Do I site it as a URL or is there another way to do

I can answer any question.
"I don't know" is an answer.
"I don't know yet" is a better answer.

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