[Air-L] Inclusion of short links in academic publications?
Sharon Haleva Amir
sharon at trebcon.com
Fri Jul 22 07:39:22 PDT 2011
Yana, the only advantage I can think of regarding the usage of shortened URL
is if you're writing an article and there is a words' limitation (as long as
the limitation refers to the bibliography/footnotes as well as the article
itself), as sometimes the URLs can be quite long.
I think that the need to shorten texts (for twitting etc.) was the basic
rational for establishing such services.
Sharon Haleva Amir, HCLT Fellow
(PhD Candidate) Faculty of Law,
University of Haifa, ISRAEL.
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[mailto:air-l-bounces at listserv.aoir.org] On Behalf Of yana breindl
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Subject: [Air-L] Inclusion of short links in academic publications?
I was wondering what your thoughts were concerning the use of shortened URLs
(e.g. tinyURL, bit.ly etc.) to reference electronic sources in a
dissertation or other academic publication (along with the title, date, etc.
possibly an annexe with the long URL). Has this been done already? Is it
acceptable? Are there important differences between various shortening
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