When citing a web site, take note of the title, date of publication, author or publisher, place of publication, and the date you accessed the site.
You must always include the URL at the end of your citation.
The title of any resource retrieved online is followed by the medium designator [Internet].
For each type of source in this guide, both the general form and a specific example will be provided.
The following format will be used:
In-Text Citation- entry that appears in the body of your paper.
Reference List- entry that appears at the end of your paper.
Information was drawn from Scientific style and format : the CSE manual for authors, editors, and publishers.
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 Library.
Here are three different ways you can present information you have found in your research to consciously avoid plagiarizing.
1. Direct quote
When you use or copy the exact words or section of words from an author, you can surround that direct quote by quotation marks. Include the correct citation acknowledging the original author in your sentence.
Write a summary using your own words of the ideas or the text you want to use. Be original without using the words of the original work and be sure you cite that statement.
Paraphrasing is similar to a summary. It just means taking what you have read and rewriting it in your own words. You must cite that paraphrase.