Open Access Journals in the Field of Education

To the best of our ability to discern, we have included only links to electronic journals that are scholarly, peer-reviewed, full text and accessible without cost. We have excluded professional magazines that are largely not refereed, and commercial journals that may only allow access to a very limited number of articles as an enticement to buy. By restricting membership in this way on the list that follows, we hope to…

Virginia Nabs Two Big Spammers

Two North Carolina men were indicted for violating the state’s junk e-mail law by sending thousands of e-mail pitches for investments, software and other products, in what prosecutors said was the nation’s first felony charges for unsolicited e-mail. –Virginia Nabs Two Big Spammers (Wired/AP) I’d like to think this will make a difference… maybe it will, maybe it won’t.

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Citing a Weblog Comment in MLA Style

Works Cited “Susan” (smgct1@comcast.net). “Oddly enough…” [Weblog comment.] N.d. “More Questionable Use of My Work.” Dennis G. Jerz. Jerz’s Literacy Weblog. Seton Hill University. 10 Dec 2003. (http://jerz.setonhill.edu/weblog/permalink.jsp?id=1998) Poster’s Lastname, Firstname, I. (or screen ID) “Title of comment, or first few words.” [Weblog comment.] Date comment was posted. Title of blog entry. Author of blog entry. Name of Weblog. Sponsoring organization — if any. Date blog entry was posted. (URL…

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Citing a Weblog Entry in MLA Style

Works Cited Jerz, Dennis G. “Citing a Weblog in MLA Style.” [Weblog entry.] Jerz’s Literacy Weblog. Seton Hill University. 11 Dec 2003. (http://jerz.setonhill.edu/weblog/permalink.jsp?id=2000). 11 Dec 2003. Lastname, Firstname, I. “Title of individual blog entry.” [Weblog entry.] Name of Weblog. Sponsoring organization — if any. Date posted. (URL to permalink.) Date accessed. Note: See also “Citing a Weblog Comment in MLA Style“.Citing a Weblog Entry in MLA StyleJerz’s Literacy Weblog) The…