Do you know how to cite a web site in your bibliography? How about the way to cite a DVD or newspaper article? If you’re uncertain about these and other stylistic questions, take a look at the online version of the AMA Manual of Style: a guide for authors and editors. Recently added to Norris Library’s eResources, it will guide you to producing well-organized, clear and readable manuscripts.
- Browse or search the full text of the 10th print edition
- Convert units of measure without a calculator
- Test editing skills with style quizzes
- Access Web-only tips and word usage commentaries from the editors at JAMA and the Archives Journals
- Engage online through the AMA Manual of Style Guide to the Social Web for Writers and Editors
- My Style*, a new way to personalize AMA Manual of Style Online
- Register to annotate sections, save searches, and bookmark favorite pages.
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