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MSE390: Communication II

IEEE Citation Style

Cite in IEEE Style

Your assignment requires you to use IEEE citation style for your in-text citations and reference list (bibliography). Use this guide to double check that you have collected all the information you need for your citations in RefWorks (see below) or another citation manager! 

IEEE Tip: For website citation format, look for the heading Online Sources for WWW Basic Format


Not sure what to cite?

Be sure to check out Engineering Communication Programs resources including tips on: 

Writing help through Engineering Communication Program

Engineering Communication Program (ECP) can help you improve all aspects of academic writing and oral presenting in engineering and elective courses and beyond (such as job/graduate school applications). In-person and online appointments and daily Drop-In sessions are available to all undergraduate U of T engineering students. Individuals and teams of students can be accommodated in a single timeslot.

Check out ECP resources and services: 

Using a Citation Manager: RefWorks & Google Docs

Be sure to follow these instructions, there is an older version of RefWorks and it does not work with Google Docs.

  1. You need to create an ProQuest Refworks Flow account.
  2. The instructions in this guide are for using ProQuest Refworks with Google DocsUse the menu below to jump to the information that you need. 
  3. IMPORTANT: Technology isn't perfect and it doesn't always work. Remember you are responsible for double checking that all the important citation information is there. Be sure to take a look the IEEE Style guide to make sure you have everything you need. 


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