Thanks everyone. If anyone is interested in the answers to these questions I can compile what I’ve received and send them out.
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Subject: [APLA] citation question
I have a patron who is doing her M.A. in French Studies. Her advisor has told her to use “Le Style Français” and said that the basics can be found @ http://www.er.uqam.ca/nobel/vimages/pages/protocole.php (which tells her to look at a bibliography in V. 34 no. 2). This is fine but I was wondering if anyone knows the following:
a) What is this style actually called?
b) Is there a proper guide book for it that we can purchase?
c) Is there a preferred method for citing archival material in this style?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Ian Gibson, MISt
Science Research Liaison Librarian
Interim Music Librarian
Queen Elizabeth II Library
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John's, Newfoundland
phone: +1 (709) 864-2080