The Columbia Guide to Online Style

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Columbia University Press, 1998 - Computers - 218 pages
At last, an authoritative guide for citing and creating electronic sources. While there are several handbooks and manuals that dictate style for traditional print media, until now, no single volume has adequately addressed the complications and transformations caused by the proliferation of online publishing. The Columbia Guide to Online Style makes the methods of online citation and production accessible to a wide audience, addressing the urgent needs of students, scholars, and professionals.

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