Re: Quoting sources

Subject: Re: Quoting sources
From: Ann Amsler <aamsler -at- STRAUSS -dot- UDEL -dot- EDU>
Date: Tue, 6 Sep 1994 11:27:31 -0400

There's a handy guide for citing electronic information: "Electronic
Style" by Xia Li and Nancy B. Crane, Meckler Publishing, 11 Ferry Lane
West, Westport, CT 06880. Tel: (203)226-6967; FAX: (203)454-5840. Cost of
the book is $15.

If you can give a specific instance of what you want to cite, I can look
it up for you. The book covers many kinds of databases, electronic
conferences, bulletin boards, e-mail, computer programs, etc.

Ann Amsler
University of Delaware

On Sun, 4 Sep 1994, Sering wrote:

> I was wondering if anyone can shed any light on this: if you need to cite
> a source in a report, paper, book or other publication that you received
> through an Internet posting, how do you footnote it? Is it the same
> format as an interview? The same as an excerpt from an article? Something
> else? Do you cite the list itself as the source?

> I'd appreciate any thoughts any of you might have.

> "Ron Sering"
> cdavis -at- ouray -dot- denver -dot- colorado -dot- edu

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