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*Use annotations. They add scholarly value!
*Use annotations. They add scholarly value!
*Include links to [http://www.worldcat.org/ WorldCat] records for books, and include links to reviews, especially open-access ones ([http://www.bmcreview.org/ BMCR], [http://www.ajaonline.org/bookreviews AJA], etc.).
*Include links to [http://www.worldcat.org/ WorldCat] records for books, and include links to reviews, especially open-access ones ([http://www.bmcreview.org/ BMCR], [http://www.ajaonline.org/bookreviews AJA], etc.).
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*Include DOI links for articles, if possible, or other stable urls.
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*Include [http://www.doi.org/ DOI] links for articles, if possible, or other stable urls.
*Arrange the bibliography using sections, for ease of navigation.
*Arrange the bibliography using sections, for ease of navigation.

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You can support the AWOB Project by:

  • Creating content
  • Linking to content
  • Improving existing content

To Create a New Bibliography Page Hosted at the Wiki

  • Create a link to a new page using double square brackets - what's inside the brackets will be the title of the new page:
    • Sample New Page To see what that looks like, click on "edit" for this page and look at the wiki markup.
  • Go to that new page and start adding content!

Suggestions for New Bibliographies

  • Use annotations. They add scholarly value!
  • Include links to WorldCat records for books, and include links to reviews, especially open-access ones (BMCR, AJA, etc.).
  • Include DOI links for articles, if possible, or other stable urls.
  • Arrange the bibliography using sections, for ease of navigation.
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