12018-10-22T18:20:29-07:00Andrea Davise50475e163fb87bc8bd10c6c0244468fd91e8da5316347plain2018-10-23T01:00:24-07:00Andrea Davise50475e163fb87bc8bd10c6c0244468fd91e8da5You can use this function to provide readers with additional information and cite your sources. For citations, please use the Chicago Manual of Style 17th Edition full note style.
Here is an example:
Julián Casanova, The Spanish Republic and Civil War (Cambridge ; Cambridge University Press, 2010).
Hyperlinks can be added to provide project users with relevant research materials housed elsewhere on the web. Relevant research materials may include documentary evidence, cultural expressions, and scholarly works. Before adding a hyperlink, assess the credibility and stability of the website. All hyperlinks added to this project should open in a different window, so be sure to click the "open in a new browser window" box when adding a link.
To create a footnote add a bracketed number (sequential by page) at the end of the relevant sentence. Highlight the bracket and add your reference information (full note style) using scalar's note function. We will collaboratively create a bibliography for the thematic exhibits at the end of the course.
The first time you introduce an organization or party, write the original name in Spanish in italics with the acronym (if there is one) in parenthesis and an english translation (before or after). For example: "The Spanish Communist party, Partido Comunista de España (PCE)..." Afterwards you can alternate between the acronym and the English. For reference, consult the glossaries in The Spanish Civil War: A Very Short Introduction (167-168) and After the Civil War: Making Memory and Re-Making Spain Since 1936 (366-368).