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  • Guide: Citation Guide: Chicago Manual of Style (Notes System)
    Entries Additional Resources Resources Print Friendly Format About this Guide Contributors Citation Writing CSU Guide Citation Guide Chicago Manual of Style Notes System The CMS style documentation system is used in both the humanities and the social sciences A bit more complex than either the MLA or the APA it offers two approaches for documenting sources 1 a notes system and 2 an author date system similar to the APA This guide explains the notes system A separate guide explains the Chicago Manual of Style Author Date System Inserted at the point of reference superscripted numbers interact with sequentially numbered footnotes listed at the bottom of a page or endnotes listed at the end of the document These notes replace the types of end documentation found in both the MLA and APA systems though it is advised that a bibliography accompany any document containing numerous notes regardless of their location Check with your instructor on what is expected when you are asked to use this style This guide is largely based on style recommendations from the 14th edition of the Chicago Manual of Style however you may also wish to consult the 6th edition of Kate Turabian s A Manual

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  • Guide: Citation Guide: Council of Science Editors (Citation/Sequence System)
    fields of scientific study as well Like the Chicago Manual of Style it offers three approaches for documenting sources 1 a citation sequence system 2 a name year system and 3 a citation name system This guide explains the Citation Sequence system Inserted at the point of reference superscripted numbers interact with sequentially numbered entries on a References list located at the end of the book or document This guide

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  • Guide: Citation Guide: Council of Science Editors (Name/Year System)
    Formatting Rules Examples of Variations to Name Year In Text Formatting Rules Citing Sources at the End of Your Paper CSE References Formatting Rules Examples of CSE Name Year References Formatting Additional Resources Resources Print Friendly Format About this Guide Contributors Citation Writing CSU Guide Citation Guide Council of Science Editors Name Year System The Council of Science Editors scientific style of documentation is used in the biological sciences and many other fields of scientific study as well Like the Chicago Manual of Style it offers three approaches for documenting sources 1 a citation sequence system 2 a name year system and 3 a citation name system This guide explains the Citation Sequence system Inserted at the point of reference an in text parenthetical citation containing the author s name and the date of publication interacts with the end documentation by pointing to a specific entry in the References List This guide is based on Scientific Style and Format The CSE Manual for Authors Editors and Publishers 7th ed a publication of the Council of Science Editors The standards of documentation they present follow those found in National Library of Medicine Recommended Formats for Bibliographic Citation NLM 1991 Continue Tweet

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  • Guide: Citation Guide: Modern Language Association (MLA)
    is used in the humanities in fields of study such as English Philosophy and Art This guide provides information regarding how to format the document incorporate in text citations and develop the Works Cited page This guide is not fully comprehensive For more information regarding MLA format refer to the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers 7th edition or visit the Additional Resources page To access this guide click

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  • Civil Engineering
    improve their writing skills for the classroom and professional settings in the field of civil engineering It includes a series of resources such as video commentary on writing from experts in the field of civil engineering as well as annotated examples online templates and step by step guides for helping you write in civil engineering Writing for Civil Engineering Engineers On Writing Videos Tweet HELP SITE INDEX ABOUT THIS SITE

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  • Guide: Civil Engineering Lab Reports
    How do those materials behave The answer to that question can be read in a book or developed through tactile knowledge in a lab Testing materials and writing lab reports familiarize you with materials properties L ab Reports are factual presentations of test results done in a materials lab Typically lab reports discuss materials and procedures as well as describe the details of a test As a student you ll

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  • CO130: Academic Writing
    This collection supports CSU s First Year Seminar Academic Writing CO130 focuses processes appropriate for college reading and writing identifying rhetorical contexts audiences and purposes common in academic discourse and writing about personal experience as well as academic readings Course Guide Composing Processes Collections Academic Writing Collection Tweet HELP SITE INDEX ABOUT THIS SITE CONTACT Writing CSU is an open access educational Web site supported by Colorado State University Content

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  • CO150: College Composition
    focus of COCC150 College Composition CO150 is CSU s all university requirement in writing CO150 prepares writers for the types of writing situations they are likely to encounter in college academic writing including narrative summary response synthesis analysis and argument source evaluation and source based writing Course Guide Composing Processes Collections Academic Writing Collection Argument Collection Tweet HELP SITE INDEX ABOUT THIS SITE CONTACT Writing CSU is an open access

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