Web bibliographies - Eastern Illinois University

No longer can high school students (or their teachers), much less those in colleges here and abroad, complain about a lack of original sources on the first two and a half centuries of our history. Send students to the Web and watch term papers improve! Instead of bemoaning ordinary Americans’ ignorance of their past, members of Congress and their conservative allies should get busy and tell their constituents about Websites that preserve our heritage. is doing its part by sponsoring the Web bibliography, an announcement of which will appear in your in-box soon! The ball is now in your court!

The English Learner's and Teacher's Site - Web Bibliographies

PINAX ONLINE: An Annotated List of Web Bibliographies on the Ancient Greek World

ACLS and LACLS Committee Website Bibliography Page

A minority of authors of Web bibliographies may be familiar at least with the existence of the Anglo-AmericanCataloguing Rules (Joint Steering Committee for Revision of AACR, ), but the advice given there seems not particularly helpful for deciding about Web page titles. The general AACR rule for the information source for titles is the following: "Take information recorded in this area from the chief source of information for the material to which the item being described belongs" (p. 17). As applied to computer files, the chief source of information is the title screen (p. 222), defined (p. 624) as "a display of data that includes the title proper and usually, though not necessarily, the statement of responsibility and the data relating to publication". Strictly, the definitions are circular: the title is defined as text found on the title screen, and the title screen is a display that contains the title. The reference to the optional presence of information on responsibility and publication, however, does suggest that preference should be given to the more complete display in deciding what is to be viewed as the title screen. Preference for the more complete information source is certainly stipulated in cases where nothing can be identified as a title screen:

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A sample of bibliographies was identified by searching on Web search engines (chiefly Google and Webcrawler, with one bibliography being found with Yahoo!) on the query "bibliography web" (or "bibliography of web bibliographies" or "bibliography online web"). To be included in this study, a bibliography had to satisfy the following criteria.

A growing list of web bibliographies on local history. Some of these can be searched simultaneously at the
These are annotated Web bibliographies. Each page has a list of about a dozen links with a brief description of each.

These are annotated Web bibliographies

As well as providing a convenient means to create a database of documents to include in a bibliography, using the standard LaTeX/BibTeX route, BibDesk can also export a whole database, or a selection of the database to a number of other formats, including HTML, RTF, and the Word DOC format. You can find an explanation of the use of templates for export in the , also included in the BibDesk Help Menu. This page will expand upon the information in the Manual, and describe how to create templates to meet your own needs, and how to set up BibDesk to use your own templates. This document will mainly concentrate on the export to HTML files. Beyond their obvious application as files for web bibliographies, HTML is a common import format in many word processors, such as Apple's Pages and TextEdit, Microsoft Word et al. Thus an HTML template can also be used as a template for export to these programs. There will also be links to templates which have been written by BibDesk users; for further discussion or to post templates, use the .

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How to Cite a Website - MLA Citation Guide - BibMe

Perseverance sometimes paid off. Much searching had uncovered few digital primary sources on the early history of Jews in the United States. Surely the "people of the book" wanted to document, on the Web, their historical presence (however small) in early America. Granted, several Jewish history museums digitized pictures of liturgical implements—but I could find few texts. I searched all the obvious places, including the archives of the three major Jewish theological seminaries (Hebrew Union, Jewish Theological, and Yeshiva). One last try uncovered the right search terms at the Jewish Theological Seminary, whose library has digitized a large collection of early newspaper clippings and one hundred pamphlets, a third published by 1870. Since I first accessed this database, the Jewish Theological Seminary has redesigned their Website and has not yet assigned a URL to these databases. Such are the perils of anyone constructing a Web bibliography!

zot_bib_web - Create interactive web bibliographies based on Zotero collections.

Create an MLA Website Citation for your Bibliography | EasyBib

This article examines whether outdated URLs are still a problem and to what extent they decrease the usefulness of paper bibliographies and reviews of Web sites. The authors make specific recommendations that bibliographers and Web site authors can use to increase the probability of users finding Web sites that may have relocated, thus improving the long term utility of Web site bibliographies.