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If you are quoting or paraphrasing a limited passage of the book under the fair-use guidelines, or if you want to cite one of the pages in this book (e.g., in a bibliography in a term paper), then you should list the author of the page, the title of the page, the editor, the title of the book (Being Fluent and Faithful in a Digital World), and the URL of the page (it starts with "http://"). Your particular style may vary, but all the information listed above should be included. Here is one example:

Adams, Joel. "Types of Networks." Being Fluent and Faithful in a Digital World. Ed. Steven H. VanderLeest. Sept. 2001. Calvin College 2001. <http://www.calvin.edu/academic/rit/webBook/network/TypesOfNetworks/index.html>.

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VanderLeest, Steven H., ed. Being Fluent and Faithful in a Digital World. Calvin College 2001. <http://www.calvin.edu/academic/rit/webBook>.

Background
This book was first used at Calvin College for the IDIS110 Research & Information Technology course (a core curriculum requirement) in the fall of 2001. Preparation of this book was supported in part by a grant entitled "Building Information Technology Fluency into a Liberal Arts Core Curriculum" from the Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (FIPSE), U.S. Department of Education, Award Number P116001459.