Just an idea...
but I think it would be cool to have a standardized way to list works cited. Perhaps a "works cited" capsule or something that could go above the comments or somewhere... similar to the links capsule but kind of has an MLA, APA, or Chicago format to it or something.
Just a thought.
That sounds a great idea for citing research articles and it's surprising it hasn't already been done as it's in place for images already in a basic form.
I agree. Sometimes the sources are confusing, but if we were to make it uniform, I may have to change a ton of my hubs.
I think a guide could be offered but people should be free to use any citation system they want.
I would be for the use of a set particular system- show some clarity for all citations across the site.
Hard to police I know but it would be good for some citation training modules too.
good idea, much like universities in England, we have adopted a "harvard referncing" which insures that the reader is able to trace the soure seemlessly.
as long as its optional and the text on cited sources remains nill(small) and doesn't degrade the look of the page. Some pages look horrible with a ton of citing below
by Melanie Palen 7 years ago
Let's say you see an article on someone's blog and website and they've got good information, but their entire article is extremely poorly structured, poorly worded, and just a gloppy mess.You could easily take the information they present and present it in a totally new way essentially entirely...
by Stacie L 11 months ago
Has anyone had requests to use your full name and permission to cite your article for their paper before?
by Adrienne F Manson 8 years ago
Interested in writing an extensive hub on a certain type of dishes. My question is when using recipes I find on the internet, are recipes cited?
by Cody Byers 6 years ago
Where can I find citation information for a hub you wrote?I am writing an essay and I need to use two outside sources. I want to use your hub titled, The Murder of Stephanie Crowe and The Forced False Confessions of Three Teenage Boys.
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