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    What is the proper way to write the credits of the resources that you used for in a Interactive CD-ROM


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    Re: proper way to credit in CD-Roms

    Quote Originally Posted by Ruriko View Post
    What is the proper way to write the credits of the resources that you used for in a Interactive CD-ROM
    I think the best thing is to get two or three [produced by large companies], and examine them carefully. You can then identify the way in which companies do this.

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    Re: proper way to credit in CD-Roms

    Do you mean internet and other digital sources? If so, here's a guide:
    University of Alberta Libraries

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