The Council of Science Editors (CSE) is a specific style to be used when citing information and organizing a research paper. The CSE documentation style is used in the sciences, including biology, ecology, zoology, and medicine.
The following web pages demonstrate the use of the Name-Year (N-Y) system.
The most recent edition is available for WVU students to use. If you can't find answer in this research guide, then try the Quick Guide.
If you would like to use a the print copy, you will find one in the Reference Section of the Downtown Campus Library. The call number is REF T11.S386 2104.
One of the main ingredients in the ethical use of information is correctly citing sources. With EndNote Basic you can create a database of citations, put them in folders, create a bibliography, insert citations as you type your paper, and much more.