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Biol 342 - Citing Sources NLM Style - Bibliographies and In-Text Citations

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  • 1.
  • 2. Why do we use specific styles?
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  • 3. Why do we use specific styles?
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  • 4. Citing Sources
    National Library of Medicine Style.
    Very similar to CSE (formerly known as CBE)
  • 5. Works Cited General Format: Articles
    Authors. Article Title. Journal Title [Internet]. Date of Publication [Date of Citation]; Volume Number(IssueNumber):Pages. Available from: http://journalurl
  • 6. Works Cited Example
    Author initials do not have periods.
    Rubenstein DR, Lovette IJ. Reproductive skew and selection on female ornamentation in social species. Nature [Internet]. 2009 [cited 11 February 2009];462(7274):786-9. Available from: http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v462/n7274/full/nature08614.html
    Journal title is not italicized or underlined
    Include format.
    Include the date you last looked at the article online
  • 7. A note about URLs
    Be sure the URL you provide can be accessed by another person.
    Test this out –
    Some databases and publisher websites have “permalinks” or “persistant links/urls”
    It may be appropriate to shorten really long URLs
    http://tinyurl.com
  • 8. Additional Tools
    NLM “Citing Medicine” – The style guide for NLM style – available online (see myCourses)
    Scopus
    Click “Output”, then “Bibliography”
    You will need to replace the link and add a citation date
    Zotero
    For managing articles and websites
    Free plugin for Firefox
    Export a bibliography in many citation styles
  • 9. In Text Citations
    Format:
    Loremipsum dolor sit amet, consecteturadipiscing (Author, Date).
    According to Author (Date) loremipsum dolor sit amet, consecteturadipiscing.
  • 10. Best Practices
    How often to cite?
    Use of quotations?
    What do you need to cite? What don’t you need to cite?
  • 11. Practice
    Homework: cite two of the articles you may use for your project in NLM style
    myCourses week 4 folder
    I will provide some feedback for you.

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