Chicago Manual of Style (Call No. Z 253 .C57 2010 ) is available at the dictionary stand on each floor of the library. This guide is on how to cite sources, mainly books, articles and online resources. It gives a brief introduction to the basic forms of two systems (for more details, click on the tab What is Chicago Style):
(1) author-date references (parenthetical text citation) and reference lists
(2) notes (footnotes/endnotes) and bibliography
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A format or style manual is a set of rules to be applied to a research paper or professional article in a discipline.
These rules determine the format: whether footnotes/endnotes or in text citations are used; whether a bibliography or reference list is used; what information is included and in what order, and how the overall paper appears in terms of margins, title pages, subheadings, etc.
Links to other Chicago Style guides and sample papers