How to Cite Materials
The following models show the preferred method of citation for materials in Russia Beyond Russia (RBR) Digital Library database.
The material, as described above, should be cited and identified as being part of the Russia Beyond Russia Digital Library, University Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
While publishers may require different forms of citation, it should be possible, regardless of the final format, to include at least the collection name and a reference to the UNC University Library.
Examples of bibliographic citations for Russia Beyond Russia
Russia Beyond Russia. University Library. 31 01. 2008. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 01 02. 2008 <http://rbr.lib.unc.edu>.
University Library, (2008). Russia Beyond Russia. Retrieved 02. 01, 2008, from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Web site: http://rbr.lib.unc.edu.
University Library. 2008 [cited 2008 02. 01]. Russia Beyond Russia. [Internet]. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Available from: http://rbr.lib.unc.edu.
For more examples and comprehensive discussion of CBE/CSE formats, see http://www.councilscienceeditors.org/publications/citing_internet.cfm.
Always verify the address: http://rbr.lib.unc.edu/cm.
Some web addresses do not point to "static" pages, so it is important to determine if the address will work.
Example of a citation for a particular document in Russia Beyond Russia
Nosovich, A. L. "Zapiski vakhmistra Nosovicha". Parizh: izdanie Muzeia L. Gv.Kazach'ego E.V. Polka; 1967. Russia Beyond Russia <http://rbr.lib.unc.edu:80/cm/card.html?record=4129> 01 Feb., 2008. University Library. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Web site: <http://rbr.lib.unc.edu/>.