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Chapter:
Glossary of Publishing Terms
Author(s):

Jennifer Reiling

Ad Up, ad terms and definitions. http://www.ad-up.com/new/adup_ad_defs.html. Accessed February 2005.African American Literature Book Club. http://aalbc.com/writers/publishing_glossary.htm. Accessed February 2005.Angelfire glossary. http://www.angelfire.com/ny3/diGi8tech/PGlossary.html. Accessed February 2005.BMI Global Consultants, Ltd, website. http://www.bmiglobal.com. Accessed February 2005.Brown University computer science glossary. http://www.cascv.brown.edu/compute/cxxmanual/glossary/o.htm. Accessed February 2005.Carbon Colour. Glossary of printers’ terms. http://www.carbon.co.uk/glossary.html. Accessed February 2005.The Digital Object Identifier System. http://www.doi.org. Accessed February 2005.ELearning at Bath. Glossary. http://www.bath.ac.uk/e-learning/glossary.htm. Accessed February 2005.ELearning guru. http://e-learningguru.com/gloss.htm#S. Accessed February 2005.Frequently asked questions about the ISBN. http://www.isbn.org/standards/home/isbn/us/isbnqa.asp#Q1. Accessed June 2006.A Glossary of Printing and Paper Terms. Dayton, OH: Mead Corp; 1995.Hale C, ed. Wired Style: Principles of English Usage in the Digital Age.

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