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Subject:Citing internet sources From:Jan Stanley <jstanley -at- ROADSHOW -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 5 Dec 1997 14:46:06 -0500
Melanie Palmer asked
<<How do you list an internet site/page as a reference or citation??
you? Is it not appropriate (given that a more 'typical' source may be
Here's an article called "Citing Internet Sources," part of a series
called "Untangling the Web." It was originally published in The
Editorial Eye, a newsletter produced by EEI Communications; it's now on
EEI's Web site.