|1||Mon07May2018—Module 2, Week 1, Day 1|
|2||Today we will be drafting your IRP BIBLIOGRAPHY section (IRP page 6, bottom half).
—-Please reference Canvas file #: “032-Module-2-Wr327-W2018-IRP-1-MODEL-EXAMPLE-TEMPLATE.”
—-This file is a complete IRP draft—all six pages—for the Bokashi Composting example. Please have a look at this online.
|3||a. There are literally more than 100 different style guides currently in use—see this URL: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_style_guides
b. MLA style guide recommendations can be found the Perdue OWL (Online Writing Lab)
c. MLA says: “A Bibliography lists all of the material you have consulted in preparing your essay whether or not you have actually referred to and cited the work.” https://www.aresearchguide.com/11guide.html
d. In Wr 327 we are compiling an IRP Bibliography.
|4||The following information comes from this URL: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/08/|
|5||Basic Style for Citations of Electronic Sources (Including Online Databases)
Here are some common features you should try to find before citing electronic sources in MLA style. Not every Web page will provide all of the following information. However, collect as much of the following information as possible both for your citations and for your research notes:
• Author and/or editor names (if available)
• Article name in quotation marks.
• Title of the website, project, or book in italics.
• Any version numbers available, including editions (ed.), revisions, posting dates, volumes (vol.), or issue numbers (no.).
• Publisher information, including the publisher name and publishing date.
• Take note of any page numbers (p. or pp.) or paragraph numbers (par. or pars.).
• URL (without the https://) DOI or permalink.
• Date you accessed the material (Date Accessed)—While not required, it is highly recommended, especially when dealing with pages that change frequently or do not have a visible copyright date.
• Remember to cite containers after your regular citation. Examples of containers are collections of short stories or poems, a television series, or even a website. A container is anything that is a part of a larger body of works.
Use the following format:
Author. Title. Title of container (self-contained if book), Other contributors (translators or editors), Version (edition), Number (vol. and/or no.), Publisher, Publication Date, Location (pages, paragraphs and/or URL, DOI or permalink). 2nd container’s title, Other contributors, Version, Number, Publisher, Publication date, Location, Date of Access (if applicable).
|6||Instructor’s opinion: MLA is obligated to come up with style suggestions for all new electronic resources, as are the 100 other style guides. Style guides have developed organically in the past—citation generation software will have the effect of standardization across style guides eventually. For this class we generally follow MLA guidelines for bibliographic references. See page 6 or the IRP model “032-Module-2-Wr327-W2018-IRP-1-MODEL-EXAMPLE-TEMPLATE.”|
|7||NOTE: For this class include the complete URL including the “https: //”. For this class we generally follow MLA guidelines for bibliographic references. See page 6 or the IRP model “032-Module-2-Wr327-W2018-IRP-1-MODEL-EXAMPLE-TEMPLATE.” You will need to Web sites and two PDF citations—and these must be embedded in the DISCUSSION section (IRP page 5). If you just imitate/model the bibliographic style in Canvas file# 032, that will be fine: Alphabetical listings with “hanging indentation” and complete URL “live” links that I can click on!|
|8||For ASSIGNMENT #11, upload your Bibliographic entries to Canvas.|
|9||REMINDER: Your complete IRP will be due Sun13May2018.|
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