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Citing Sources National Library of Medicine Style. Very similar to CSE (formerly known as CBE)
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
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
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
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
In Text Citations Format: Loremipsum dolor sit amet, consecteturadipiscing (Author, Date). According to Author (Date) loremipsum dolor sit amet, consecteturadipiscing.
Best Practices How often to cite? Use of quotations? What do you need to cite? What don’t you need to cite?
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.