Please look at the following examples to get a better idea of the format structure for your collecting assignments. Remember: PART OF YOUR GRADE DEPENDS ON FOLLOWING FORMAT. The reason for the strict format is that these items will be added to the Fife Folklore Archives and will be used by scholars of American culture in their work. A consistent format ensures that your hard work will be clear and useful to people working in a field that is dependent on reliable observations of culturally important expressions and events.
Unless you state otherwise in writing on your paper, submissions will be accessioned and housed in the Fife Folklore Archives at Utah State University, where they will become the property of the Folklore Archives to be used for research and other academic pursuits by patrons of the Archives.
If you have any questions, please visit the Fife Folklore Archives in the Merrill Library, Room 104 to consult the archival staff or call the Archives at (435) 797-2869.
For reference questions: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (435) 797-2869.|
Fife Folklore Archives, Merrill Library, Utah State University Libraries, Logan Utah 84322-3032