Wednesday, August 24, 2016

ARCHIVED: ESM's QuickLesson #19: Layered Citations


Thank you to our panel for this valuable discussion of layered citations. It isn't as difficult as one would think. Just cite what's in your hand, who provided it to you, and where the original information came from. If it's a website, you'll include the "root" of the web address and the date of access.

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Elizabeth Shown Mills, “QuickLesson 19: Layered Citations Work Like Layered Clothing,” Evidence Explained: Historical Analysis, Citation and Source Usage ( : acessed 30 Sept 2015).


Elizabeth Shown Mills, “RE: QuickLesson 19 - Layered Citations / Penned Question," Evidence Explained: Historical Analysis, Citation and Source Usage ( : accessed 30 Sept 2015).


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