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Chicago Manual of Style   Tags: avoid_plagiarism, chicago_style, citation, citing, endnote, in-text, sources, works_cited  

This guide will help you with formatting your citations according to the Chicago Manual of Style guidelines.
Last Updated: Jun 9, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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PLEASE READ: Important message from Michael!

Students enrolled in courses with Instructor Marcel Dirk, please refer to your Moodle course pages for the Chicago Manual of Style of documentation and citation information required in those courses.


About Chicago style

The Chicago Manual of Style (CMOS) is often used to document sources for papers and assignments in the Humanities (e.g., history, fine arts, and political science). 

Your instructor may give you specific instructions on format or style. Always make sure you follow your instructor's guidelines.


Instructors Requirements Differ!

Some instructors may have additional or specialized requirements for your citations.

For example, while the current MLA format does not require you to include the full URL in your citation, some instructors prefer that you do.

Always be aware of class requirements- check with your instructor if you're not sure!


Chicago Citation Style Overview

Learn more about Chicago-Turabian format for your research paper and assignments. This short video from the University of Regina presents in-text citations, footnotes, endnotes, title page, margins, page header, running head, title page, text block, page breaks, in-text citations.


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