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Citing your references in the Council of Scientific Editors (CSE) style
Click here for Washington State University Libraries' quick guide to CSE citation style.
Here are a few sample citations in CSE style taken from the University of Wisconsin - Madison's Writing Center page explaining CSE:
Book: Allen C, Prior P, Hayward AC. Bacterial wilt: the disease and the Ralstonia solanacearum species complex. St. Paul (MN): APS Press; 2005. 508 p.
Book chapter: Otegui MS. Endosperm: development and molecular biology. In: Olson OA, editor. Endosperm cell walls: formation, composition, and functions. Heidelberg (Germany): Springer-Verlag; 2007. p. 159-178.
Journal article: Wang Y, Zhu J, DeLuca HF. Where is the vitamin D receptor? Arch Biochem Biophys. 2012 Jul 1;523(1):123-33.
Internet resource: Williamson RC. Deciduous tree galls [Internet]. Madison (WI): University of Wisconsin-Madison; 2004 Apr 25 [cited 2013 Sep 12]. Available from http://labs.russell.wisc.edu/pddc/files/Fact_Sheets/FC_PDF/Deciduous_Tree_Galls.pdf
Oops, I Plagiarized
An how-to book produced by UCLA. Covers issues of plagiarism, academic integrity, and intellectual property.
Created by the University of Idaho Library. This page provides information and tips on how to avoid plagiarizing.
What is Academic Dishonesty?
Created by the Dean of Students at the University of Idaho.
University of Idaho Student Code of Conduct
For information about the consequences for plagiarism at the University of Idaho, see Article II - Academic Honesty.
Learn how to avoid copyright infringement and what is fair use with our U of I copyright page.
General Citation Sources
Citing Sources - APA, Chicago, MLA, CSE, & Turabian
Duke University Library guide outlining key elements needed when citing commonly used resources.
Research and Documentation Online - APA, Chicago, CSE, & MLA
To access: Go to the link, the select "Research Resources" in the right-hand pane.
This site is an extension of the very widely used Hacker books for writing and citations. Styles are arranged under the subject area they are most commonly used. Sample papers are also included.
Citation Style Suggestions for Internet Resources - APA, Chicago, CSE, & MLA
Suggestions from Census Bureau for citing electronic resources using APA, MLA, Chicago, and CSE.
Citation Styles for Internet and Electronic Resources - APA & Chicago
Created by the University of Alberta Library. This page includes information on how to cite a variety of electronic documents in APA and Chicago style.
Citing Electronic Resources - Chicago & MLA
From the Library of Congress. Provides examples in both Chicago and MLA styles of citing materials accessed online including films, maps, recorded sound, photographs, and drawings.
Citing Government Documents - APA, Chicago, MLA, & Turabian
Examples of government document citations using common styles from University of Nebraska Kearney.
Citation Management Systems
A guide to the commonly used citation - or reference - management software available to the U-Idaho community. This guide provides step-by-step instructions on how to add new references, organize citations, and cite works in your writing. Citation/reference managers discussed include EndNote, EndNote Web, Zotero, and Mendeley.
Save everything from online journal articles to records for books to plain old web pages. Then you can categorize them and export them as bibliographies formatted in any of the major citation styles.
EndNote Web is available to current UI students, staff, and faculty as part of the UI subscription to Web of Science
Mendeley is a free reference manager and academic social network that can help you organize your research, collaborate with others online, and discover the latest research