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Hamersly Library

CSE Style Guide, for 7th Edition

Audiovisual Materials

Introduction

 Audiovisual materials include things such as videocassettes, audio cassettes, CDs, DVDs, motion pictures, photographs, and slides.

Audiovisual materials cited using C-S or C-N will contain some or all of the following elements:

  1. Name of the authors (last name first/middle initials).

  2. Title of material [type of medium].

  3. Edition

  4. Publication city(initials of state), followed by a colon.

  5. Name of publisher, followed by a semi-colon.

  6. Date of creation/copyright, preceded by 'c'.

  7. Physical description of materials and any important notes (e.g. 4 CDs, 3 videocassettes, 180 min.)


Basic Layout

Authors (lastname first/middle initials). Title of materials [medium designator]. Edition (if available).  Place of publication: publisher; date. Physical description. Notes.




Examples

Johnson D, editor. Surgical techniques in orthopaedics: anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction [videodisc]. Rosemont (IL): American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons; c2002. 1 videodisc: sound, color, 12 in.

Perls TT. Stealing time: the new science of aging [videocassette]. Alexandria (VA): PBS Home Video; 1998. 3 videocassettes:180 min., sound, color with black & white sequences, 1/2 in.