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Is the on-line edition of a proceedings identical to the print edition?|
Yes, every paper published on the Cascadilla Proceedings Project web site is identical to the print edition in content, formatting, and pagination.
Will on-line access remain free?
On-line access to all proceedings published by Cascadilla Proceedings Project will remain free. This will provide the broadest possible readership for these proceedings. You do not need to register, log in, or pay an annual fee.
Why are the papers in PDF format?
PDF is the most stable and readable format currently available. Adobe Reader can display, search, and print PDF files, and is a free download from Adobe if you do not already have a copy.
Can I use any version of Adobe Reader or Acrobat Reader?
We work to ensure that every PDF file we publish is compatible with current versions of Adobe Reader all the way back to Acrobat Reader 5.
How should I cite papers in these proceedings?
Because these proceedings are published in book form as well as being available on the web, a paper from one of these proceedings should be cited just like any other print publication. The version available on the web is the same as the print version in content, formatting, and pagination.
All of the citation details are on the cover page of each paper available on the web. The publisher is Cascadilla Proceedings Project, and the place of publication is Somerville, Massachusetts, USA. Massachusetts is commonly abbreviated as Mass. or as MA.
To avoid confusion between Cascadilla Press and Cascadilla Proceedings Project, please do not abbreviate the publisher to just Cascadilla.
Do not publish URLs or links to individual papers on the Cascadilla Proceedings Project web site. At the end of a citation, you can add the following: "Available at lingref.com, document #13498." (Make sure you use the actual document number.) Rather than trying to transcribe an entire URL, the use of a unique document number will make it easy for readers to find the actual paper being cited. Readers can find a paper quickly and easily at lingref.com using just the document number.