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CSE (Council of Science Editors) Style Guide: Websites

Examples this Section Covers

This guide will cover the following examples:

For more examples and information, consult Scientific Style and Format : the CSE Manual for Authors, Editors, and Publishers located in the WVU Libraries.

About Citing Web Pages

Elements you must include when citing a web page:

- [Internet] after the title of the page
- Date you are citing the page and date the web page was updated, if known
- The URL at the end of the citation and after the phrase Available from:

What is the Council of Science Editors (CSE) Style?

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. 

Managing Citations

To help you cite in the CSE Style, try EndNote Basic, a citation manager.  You will be able to create a database of citations, organize them, create a bibliography, insert citations as you type your paper, and much more. 

The Capture browser plugin will allow you to add web page citations to EndNote Basic.  You can download it under Options/Download Installers/Firefox Extensions.  It also works in IE.