For your annotated bibliography, you are expected to use CSE citation style.
Books – Print
Author(s). Date of publication. Title. Edition. Place of Publication: publisher.
Schott J, Priest J. 2002. Leading antenatal classes: a practical guide. 2nd ed. Boston (MA): Books for Midwives.
*Pages numbers are optional, but if included, see pages 516 and 532 in CSE Manual.
Chapter or other part of a book (Reference Book)
Author(s). Date of Publication. Chapter title. In: Editor(s) of book. Title of book. Edition. Place of publication: publisher. Pages of selection.
Allen C. 2007. Bacteria, bioterrorism, and the geranium ladies of Guatemala. In: Cabezas AL, Reese E, Waller M, editors. Wages of empire: neoliberal policies, repression, and women's poverty. Boulder (CO): Paradigm Press. p. 169-177.
Author(s). Date of publication. Title of book. Edition. Place of publication: publisher; [date updated; date accessed]. Notes.
Griffiths AJF, Miller JH, Suzuki DT, Lewontin RC, Gelbart WN. 2000. Introduction to genetic analysis. 7th ed. New York (NY): L W. H. Freeman & Co.; [accessed May 31 2005]. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/.
*Include a URL for the eBook in the Notes section.
When there is 2 to 10 authors, list all of them.
More than 10 list the first 10 and then “et al.” or “and others”
Separate the surname and initials of an author by a space.
Use a comma and space to separate the authors’ names.
Journal titles are abbreviated - to find proper abbreviations for journal titles, visit the LTWA.
Journal Articles – Paper Format
Author(s). Date of publication. Title of article. Abbreviated title of journal. Vol(issue): pages.
Flores-Cruz Z, Allen C. 2011. Necessity of OxyR for the hydrogen peroxide stress response and full virulence in Ralstonia solanacearum. Appl Environ Microbiol. 77(18):6426-6432.
Journal Articles – Internet
Author(s). Date of publication. Title of article. Title of journal (edition). [date updated; date accessed];volume(issue):page number. Notes.
Bennett AB, Gratton C. 2013. Floral diversity increases beneficial arthropod richness and decreases variability in arthropod community composition. Ecol Appl. [accessed 12 Sep 2013];23(1):86-95. http://labs.russell.wisc.edu/gratton/files/2013/03/Ecological-Applications.pdf
*Include a URL in the Notes section.
Author(s). Title of Web page. Date of publication. Edition. Place of publication: publisher; [date updated; date accessed]. Notes.
Animal Welfare Information Center. Beltsville (MD): National Agricultural Library (US); [updated 2014 March 20; accessed 2014 March 20]. http://www.nal.usda.gov/awic/.
Rumbaugh D, Savage-Rumbaugh S, Fields B. Additional studies into ape language and primate intelligence. 2014. Des Moines (IA): Iowa Primate Learning Sanctuary; [accessed 2014 March 20]. URL
Secondary Sources (Cite a work cited by your source)
An author should never place in a reference list a document that he or she has not seen in its original. Locate the original source and cite it.