Re: Citing Electronic Sources

Subject: Re: Citing Electronic Sources
From: Ann Amsler <aamsler -at- BACH -dot- UDEL -dot- EDU>
Date: Fri, 27 May 1994 08:32:36 -0400

On Thu, 26 May 1994 ULCSANDLIN -at- MEMSTVX1 -dot- BITNET wrote:

> I read a message that was posted here sometime ago about citing
> BBS, and other internet sources. The message was asking for the standards of
> citing such sources, but I never saw a reply.
> I normally just use a standard "letter" citation. I am not sure
> this is acceptable or not. Since I use the internet for research, I would
> appreciate it if someone would clarify this for me.
> Thanks!
> -clark

> * L. Clark Sandlin "can you bum me a sig?"
> ulcsandlin -at- msuvx1 -dot- memphis -dot- edu


I have a handy guide, "Electronic Style: A Guide to Citing Electronic
Information," by Xia Li and Nancy B. Crane, Meckler Publishing, 1993. The
book is based on the American Psychological Association citation style,
and it covers e-mail and bulletin boards as well as just about any other
electronic format you can think of. Cost of the book: $15. The
publisher's address is

Meckler Publishing
11 Ferry Lane West
Westport, CT 06880

Telephone: (203) 226-6967
FAX: (203) 454-5840

Ann Amsler

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