How to cite a Personal Communication in Scrinium

Use this template to cite a Personal Communication in the Scrinium citation style.


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Citation Guide: Personal Communication in Scrinium
Reference a Personal Communication in Scrinium

How do you cite a Personal Communication in the Scrinium referencing style?

Here’s an example Personal Communication citation in Scrinium using placeholders.
Template:
Authorlastname, A. Letter to R. Recipientlastname. “Title”, February 1, 2000.
So if we want to cite, for example, an email message sent by Elisabeth Smith to John Doe we’d do so like this:

Scrinium Personal Communication citation:
Elisabeth, S. Letter to J. Doe. “Email Message to Author”, February 1, 2000.
Citing websites and links in Scrinium is much easier with the Citationsy Chrome Extension And an in-text citation Personal Communication reference in Scrinium looks like this:
S. Elisabeth to J. Doe, “Email Message to Author”, February 1, 2000.

Frequently Asked Questions — Scrinium Personal Communication Referencing

How do I cite a Personal Communication in Scrinium?

You can very easily reference a Personal Communication in the “Scrinium” referencing style by using the guide above as your guideline.

Is there a way to automatically cite a Personal Communication?

Yes — Use a Scrinium reference generator, like Citationsy for example.

How do you reference a Personal Communication in Scrinium?

The Scrinium reference for a Personal Communication is done by several different rules — please see the example on this page.

How do you in-text reference a Personal Communication in Scrinium?

An in-text reference for a Personal Communication in Scrinium is done like this:
A. Authorlastname to R. Recipientlastname, “Title”, February 1, 2000.
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