Prepared by Danny Dotson, head of the Geology Library at The Ohio State University and subject librarian.
Per a number of conversations with librarians, teaching faculty, and select others I’ve had lately, I’ve been even more lately craving what I would call a Universal Citation Style that would be used by all publications and publishers. Why? Here are scenarios that explain why the plethora of citation styles is problematic in multiple ways.
Would you like to see a Universal Citation Style? Or do you think there’s a huge reason for having so many options? Share your thoughts.