Digital Age of Citation

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The Digital Age of Citation

Now that most authors use online references and resources, how do we change our traditional ways of handling bibliographic data in our books? This session will look at how to adapt to online citations and notes loaded with URLs rather than publisher information. Appropriate and logical citation of material found on the Internet (avoiding interminable URLs in text), instructing authors in proper online citation form (Google alone does not suffice), and the reliability and permanence of URLs will be among the topics covered.

Panelists: Marilyn Schwartz, Managing Editor, University of California Press; Anita Samen, Managing Editor, University of Chicago Press; Fred Kameny, Managing Editor, Duke University Press

Who should attend: managing editors, manuscript editors

Presentations: Marilyn Schwartz, Notes for Discussion

Please feel free to add notes or responses to the panel below.

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