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History: Citations

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Chicago Style

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The Chicago Manual of Style

The Chicago Manual of Style, 17th Edition

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Additional Resources

Other Helpful Resources:

Chicago Style Online Quick Guide Notes Bibliography: Official Chicago Manual of Style website with common citation examples in Notes-Bibliography Style.

Chicago Style Online Quick Guide Author Date: Official Chicago Manual of Style website with common citation examples in Author-Date Style.

Chicago Style Q & A: Helps clarify confusing questions on a  variety of topics.

Turabian Style: Official online quick guide. 

Bibliographies, Footnotes and Endnotes:

Purdue OWL: Easy-to-use citation resource. Provides rules and examples.

Purdue OWL Chicago Guide: Covers basics of in-text citation, reference list rules and more.

Citing Artificial Intelligence

How do you recommend citing content developed or generated by artificial intelligence?: This Q&A from the Chicago Manual of Style Online offers guidance on how to cite generative AI in Chicago style. 

Additional Citation Examples:

University of Maryland Chicago Style Library Guide: Contains a lot of useful examples.

The Zen of Citations

The Zen of Citation chart that includes several steps.

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