Answered By: Jackie Laick Last Updated: Nov 13, 2019 Views: 25
CSE Style stands for the Council of Science Editors. It's a style used for formatting and citations, similar to MLA, APA, and Chicago Style.
CSE style is most often used in EVS classes at W&J. Please see the attached document for guidance on the annotated bibliography assignment for EVS. In the document are links to a few websites that will help with formatting CSE citations.
Visit Scientific Style and Format Citation Quick Guide 8th ed to see some common examples of materials cited in each style, including examples of electronic sources. For numerous specific examples, see Chapter 29 of the 8th edition of Scientific Style and Format. The Scientific Style and Format book (the CSE Manual) can be found at the Reference Desk in the library and you can also contact a librarian for more assistance. For more information, visit our Citation Help page.