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PHI 100: Introduction to Philosophy -- Knowledge and Reality: Citing Your Research

Fall 2011.

New Edition of the Chicago Manual of Style

The 16th edition of the Chicago Manual of Style is now avaiable online. The new edition includes:

  • Expanded coverage of electronic publications, including procedures for proofreading web-based and other electronic documents;
  • Electronic-editing checklist for editors and writers;
  • Expanded section on bias-free language;
  • Expanded coverage of fair use and electronic rights, including an overview of the NIH Public Access Policy;
  • New and improved hyphenation guide, presented in an easy-to-use tabular format;
  • introduction to Unicode, the international computing standard for letters and symbols required by the world’s languages, including tables with Unicode numbers;
  • References to organizations that publish their own guidelines and standards online;
  • Newly uniform stylistic treatment of elements in the two major systems of documentation;
  • Updated advice on DOIs versus URLs, including more examples;
  • More tips for citing blogs, podcasts, and other electronic sources;
  • Thoroughly revised coverage of production processes, including an overview of electronic markup and XML;
  • Expanded headings on numbered paragraphs and more cross-references for ease of navigation, especially online.

A Quick Guide is also available.

APA Publication Manual

 

APA Formatting and Style Guide
6th edition

Frequently Asked Questions
 

Corrections to the 6th ed.

For locations of the full paper edition,
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Publication manual of the American
Psychological Association

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MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers


MLA Formatting and Style Guide, 7th edition
    The most current paper edition of the MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing and the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers can be found by searching for the titles in InfoKat Discovery.

Librarian for Philosophy and Religion

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Peter Hesseldenz
Contact:
W.T. Young Library

University of Kentucky

Lexington, KY 40506-0456

(859) 218-1840