Alternative forms of the name Authoring (Authorship)
Fuentes consultadas1. The Library of Congress. Authorities & Vocabularies. LC Subject Headings. - Authorship. - http://id.loc.gov/authorities/sh85010030#concept
2. Cambridge dictionaries online, June 30, 2004. - authoring : the design and creation of computer programs and websites: authoring tools/software, web authoring
3. Encarta dict., via WWW, June 30, 2004. - authorship 1. writing as occupation: the practice or profession of writing books or other works; authoring: writing of computer programs: the creation of multimedia documents, for example, training packages or sales presentations, using special software geared to a nonprogrammer
4. Merriam-Webster online dict., June 30, 2004. - authorship 1 : the profession of writing 2 : the source (as the author) of a piece of writing, music, or art 3 : the state or act of writing, creating, or causing
5. Silverman, F.H. Authoring books and materials for students, academics, and professionals, 1998.
Referencia de véase ademássubdivision under names of individual persons and individual works entered under title, under disciplines, and under literary, motion picture, television, video, and radio forms and genres, e.g. and subdivision under names of individual persons other than literary authors Authorship Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616--Authorship; Beowulf--Authorship; Sociology--Authorship; Poetry--Authorship; Television comedies--Authorship Literary art