The Chicago (University of Chicago) Manual of Style is used in a variety of disciplines. There is one copy of the printed guide to Chicago style at the Reference Desk on the 2nd floor of Alden Library (Learning Commons). You can check it out there for use in the library only.Here are several online sources specifically for the Chicago style:
- Chicago Manual of Style website: has abbreviated information; not a substitute for the complete book
- Ohio State University: examples for the Author-Date system
- Ohio State University: examples for the Notes-Bibliography System
- Purdue University (OWL)
- Research and Documentation Online (Diana Hacker and Barbara Fister)
You may need to consult several of these sources to find how to cite the source you are working with. If you are doing a large research project you might want to use RefWorks to create and format your list of sources online.