Running Head


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Running Head

A title that appears at the top of each page of a publication. The running head may be the name of a chapter, article or even the book or magazine.
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Of portability I will have more to say later, but we all access information in books randomly by riffling their pages (which is why we prefer books over the "sequential access" of microfilm), and publishers assist us in this activity with tables of contents, indexes, running heads, chapter titles and subheadings.
Distinguish the running head or foot from the text itself.
|that the xi day of this moneth being ...' - running head: |The deliuery of Malta'[BL Harl.
The plaintiff showed that there was no reasonable progression of instruction in the preliminary gymnastics exercises leading up to the running head spring as outlined in the curriculum guide, and therefore the instructor was negligent (Lenich, 1987).
One drawback to this collection is that the volume has no titles in the running heads and no separation between stories other than a line break.
A detailed table of contents, chapter thumb tabs, and topic-specific running heads make it easy to locate information.
The notes are grouped together at the back, where there are no running heads to identify the chapters to which the notes belong.
My one reservation here is that the running heads do not indicate the chapter numbers, but only the generic headings; since the indexes refer to entries by numbers, it would have been convenient to have these in the running heads as well.