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Additionally, you can use EndNote Web to create databases of your references or to produce reference or works cited lists.

For more information on how to use EndNote Web, please see our comprehensive LibGuide on EndNote Web.

Preparing The Information You Need

Before you begin creating a works cited page or in-text citations remember these easy steps:

Step 1: Record

When you are reading a relevant document that you might use in your essay, or for your research, record all the descriptive information required to create a citation using the IEEE Citation Style. This will help you be prepared when writing your paper and creating your works cited page / reference page. Remember, the type of data you will need to record may differ depending on the type of source you are using.  


  • Author’s surname / last name and initials or given name
  • Book title 
  • Title of series (if applicable)
  • Volume number or number of volumes (if applicable)
  • Edition
  • Editor, reviser, compiler or translator (if other than the author)
  • Publisher
  • Place of publication
  • Year of publication
  • Page number/s (if applicable)

Journal articles

  • Author’s surname and initials or given name
  • Title of the article
  • Title of the journal
  • Volume and issue number
  • Year of publication
  • Inclusive page numbers
  • Internet address (for e-journals)
  • Date of access date (for e-journals)

Step 2: Organise

Make sure to stay organized by recording and storing your citation information, as well as the source documents if you have them, in a manner and format that is easily accessible. You can write all details on the print copy of an article you are using; or you may decide to maintain a  list, that includes relevant details, on your computer.