Skip to main content

Biology Resources at Shenandoah University: Citing and Evaluating Information

Call a Librarian for Help

We will: 

Save you time

Help you find the best materials

Help you become a better researcher  _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 

Smith Library

Rosemary Green, Graduate Programs Librarian at 540-665-4634

David McKinney, Librarian for Public Services at 540-665-5444        

Cindy Thomas, Reference Librarian at 540-665-5421

Health Professions

Denise Blake, Health Sciences Librarian  at 540-678-4350

Citing and Evaluating Information Found on the Web

Citing Information

CSE Citation-Sequence and Citation-Name Documentation - recommended by SU Biology faculty.  Courtesy of the Writing Center at the University of Wisconsin, Madison

CBE Style Guide - recommended by SU Biology faculty.  Courtesy of the University of Washington Libraries

APA Formatting and Style Guide
- courtesy Purdue University - Online Writing Lab (OWL)

Annotated Bibliographies - defines the various types of annotations and provides examples of each.  Courtesy of the Univeristy of Wisconsin, Madison

Resources for Documenting Electronic Sources - courtesy Purdue University - Online Writing Lab (OWL)

 Writing Guidelines for Engineering and Science Students - courtesy of Penn State


Learning How to Evaluate Web Resources -As always, carefully evaluate all information found at free Internet sites


Criteria for the Evaluation of Internet Information Resources - courtesy of Alistair Smith and the Victoria University of Wellington

Publishers Wanted, No Experience Necessary: Information Quality on the Web - is courtesy of Genie Tyburski, a Research Librarian for Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and the Law Library Resource Exchange

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly: or, Why It's a Good Idea to Evaluate Web Sources - courtesy of Susan E. Beck at New Mexico State University

Weblogs - NOTE - the section on social and legal consequences of blogging.  Courtesy of Wikipedia, the free Internet encyclopedia