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public:nnels:etext:bibliography [2017/11/02 10:05]
public:nnels:etext:bibliography [2020/04/20 14:48]
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 [French: //​Bibliographie//​] [French: //​Bibliographie//​]
-Edit as per other sections+**Bibliographies should be marked up using list elements**. Unordered lists are appropriate for traditional print bibliographies, ​as the alphabetization of entries does not infer sequential order (i.e. the bibliography can be reverse sorted without losing meaning)
-When including ​list of additional works by an author**use either ordered or unordered ​lists to itemize the entries**If the list of works conveys information that would be lost if re-ordered (i.eit represents ​chronological listing by publication date)use an ordered listIf the ordering of the titles does not have any particular significance (i.ealphabetical)use an unordered ​list.+To faciliate navigating ​bibliography, use nested ​lists to enclose alphabetically- and numerically-related ​entries. ​ 
 +The use of lists is recommended as it simplifies navigation by users of assistive technologies. Not only does it speed up the movement through entries, but the position within ​the list can be announced, allowing the reader to quickly return to the same spot again later, ​if needed. 
 +Bibliography items should also be marked up using the ''​Citation (DAISY)''​ styleEach item in bibliography will need to be selected individually and have the style applied - tediousbut very beneficial for accessibility navigationThis would be a perfect time to put your keyboard skills to work, to first select each paragraph, then apply the style[[https://​​u/​QFAk/​bib_citations|Click here for a video tutorial on this!]] After you have formatted each itembe sure to put everything into list format.
public/nnels/etext/bibliography.txt · Last modified: 2020/06/15 09:10 by rachel.osolen