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Cataloguing the Internet, or how I found it in the catalogue in my library

Diane Bergman

The World Wide Web has become a reliable source of serious Egyptological research. This research, in order to be truly useful, should adhere to the same high standards of publishing and bibliographic citation as in traditional print media. This paper attempts to suggest such standards by means of revealing the way librarians describe electronic resources.

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To reference this article we suggest
Bergman, D., 'Cataloguing the Internet, or how I found it in the catalogue in my library', BMSAES 1 (2002), 1-6, http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk/bmsaes/issue1/bergman.html

The author is Assistant (Griffith) Librarian at the Sackler Library of the University of Oxford. Email: Diane.Bergman@saclib.ac.uk