Re: bibliography [Ref:C673998]

Subject: Re: bibliography [Ref:C673998]
From: Mark Gellis <mgellis -at- NOVA -dot- GMI -dot- EDU>
Date: Wed, 24 Dec 1997 14:35:43 -0500

While it is a little redundant, it might be better to stick with the Online,
Internet, etc. stuff. "Online" identifies the kind of source (i.e., not
traditional print) and "Internet" specifies which of many online sources (as
opposed to Dialog, etc.) you have gotten the information from. The http://etc. is
the specific file, and while the http:// format will not appear anywhere but the
Internet, it might be better to keep the other pieces of information for the sake
of stylistic consistency.

Mark

Geoff King wrote:

> Gina,
>
> OK, I'll buy most of this citation. When you claim, however, it to be "the
> correct format," my question is: according to whom?
>
> Also, it seems gratuitous to me to put in "Online." Even "Internet" is
> unnecessary. With an URL starting "http://www,"; it is perforce on the Internet
> as well as online.
>
> geoff -dot- king -at- na -dot- nwmarkets -dot- com
>
> >The correct format for documenting on-line sources is, by example, as
> >follows:
>
> >Harris, Elizabeth L. "Housing the War-Time Workers." Architronic vol.
> >4, No. 1.02 (1995) 11 pp. Online. Internet. 14 May 1996.
> >Available http://www,saed,kent.edu/architronic/v4nl/wwl.pg10html.
>

http://www.documentation.com/, or http://www.dejanews.com/



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