When writing for publication, writers need to cite the sources they used or consulted. Today these sources may include electronic resources such as CD-ROMs, electronic discussion lists, Usenet, the World Wide Web, etc. Many of you may find yourself needing to cite AUTOCAT.
If the style book you use to describe the other sources that you cite has a section on citing electronic discussion lists, follow its guidance so as to provide uniform citations in your publication.
For further guidance in citing electronic resources you might want to check out the following web page. Click on the Internet Public Library's Citing Electronic Resources
Last revised 6 Nov. 2007
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