Department of English
Web Resources for Grad Students in English
CITATION AND STYLE
This article offers both a discussion of the difficulties involved in citing materials on the internet, but also provides a style sheet based on the MLA format and the work of Janice Walker.
Based on Li and Crane's Electronic Styles: A Handbook for Citing Electronic Information (1996) (REF PN171 .F56L5 1996), these pages offer guidelines for adapting APA and MLA bibliographic formats for electronic resources including web pages and CD-ROM resources.
Melvin Page offers bibliographic formats for Internet resources based on the 5th edition of Turabian's Handbook for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations.
A generic citation style proposal from Michael B. Quinion.
"These guidelines on MLA documentation style are the only ones available on the Internet that are authorized by the Modern Language Association of America." Includes information on citing sources from the World Wide Web.
This is a website that accompanies and supports the book of the same name (REF TK5105.875 I57 H364 1997) published by St. Martin's Press. Included in the site is a style guide for MLA format and questions from readers answered by the book's authors.
DICTIONARIES AND ENCYCLOPEDIAS
RESOURCES FOR RESEARCH
Literary Links (David Callon)
Voice of the Shuttle
This site not only lists Colleges and Universities by name and by Carnegie classification, but it also provides comparative data based on the US Department of Education IPEDS database, National Research Council research, and crime statistics.
Online resource for Jesuit colleges and universities providing information about conferences, jobs, and more in the member institutions.
Christina DeMello's comprehensive compilation of college and university URL's.
Lists college and university home pages by institution name, provides departmental or unit home page in the absence of an official home page.
This article includes national as well as the regional rankings.
With supplemental advice on career choices and surviving graduate school, this site ranks graduate and professional school programs.
For additional information:
Department of English
Omaha, NE 68178
Phone: (402) 280-2822
Fax: (402) 280-2143