E-Books’ Varied Formats Make Citations a Mess for Scholars

“As e-reading devices gain popu­larity, professors and students are struggling to adapt them to an academic fun­damental: proper citations, which other scholars can use …” (more)

[Tushar Rae, Chronicle of Higher Education, 6 February]

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One Response to “E-Books’ Varied Formats Make Citations a Mess for Scholars”

  1. “The American Psychology Association’s guidebook, like Chicago’s, suggests listing section and paragraph numbers or section titles when quoting e-books that lack page numbers.” This all seems so nonsensical to me. Can it really be that hard to insert a page #? This is as you know the digital age.

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