Cite Right: CSE (Citation-Name) End References
This video provides an introduction to creating a reference entry for a journal article in CSE Citation-Name,
A reference list provides bibliographic information for each source cited in your assignment.
In CSE citation-name format, reference are ordered alphabetically and then numbered in this order.
[On screen example shows references cited alphabetically and then each reference is numbered chronologically.]
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To cite an online journal article, use the following order, formatting and punctuation:
Author AA, Author BB. Article title. Journal Title (edition) [medium designator]. Date of publication [date updated; date cited];Volume(issue): inclusive pages. Available from: URL doi: #
Here's an example of an Chicago Author-Date online journal article citation:
Tong V, Abbott FS, Mbofana S, Walker MJ. In vitro investigation of hepatic extraction. Journal of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Science [internet]. 2001 [cited 2001 May 3];4(1):15-23. Available from: http://www.ualberta.ca/~csps/JPPS4(1)/F.Abbot/RSD1070.pdf doi:10.1136/jpps.460.7600.1070
Each source type has its own formatting guidelines
Where does the Reference List go?
The reference list comes at the end of your paper, on a new, separate page.
What does the Reference List include?
All the sources you cite in your paper.
What should the Reference List look like?
The title should be “References” or “Literature Cited” or “Works Cited”. References are ordered alphabetically and numbered in this order.
Find the Guide
On screen: Cite your Sources: CSE (Citation-Name) Guide. Find the guide: guides.lib.uoguelph.ca/CSECitationName
For more assistance on citing in CSE (Citation-Name), please see Cite Your Sources: CSE Citation-Name guide.
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