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Chicago Manual of Style (Fifteenth Edition)
Chicago Manual of Style Online
The Chicago Manual of Style Online incorporates the popular Chicago Style Q&A, a resource that thousands have found as entertaining as it is informative. The Q&A content is fully searchable along with the content of The Chicago Manual of Style. Your queries will return results—clearly distinguishable—from both the Manual and the Chicago Style Q&A.
Chicago Documentation Guide
from the Writing Center of University of Wisconsin-Madison
Cite Source is an interactive reference source designed by the librarians at Trinity College Library
Citing Electronic Sources
from Bedford/St. Martin's
Diana Hacker's Research and Documentation Online
Most history instructors and some humanities instructors require you to document sources with footnotes or endnotes based on The Chicago Manual of Style.
Documenting Sources: Chicago Style
includes examples of citing both print and online resources
The Automatic Bibliography and Citation Maker
Create a Works Cited instantly in MLA, APA, or Chicago!
Copyright and Fair Use: A Fair(y) Use Tale
Created by Bucknell Professor Eric Faden, whose crew cut together thousands of extremely short clips from dozens of Disney cartoons, this video explains copyright and fair use.
Citing sources properly is an essential component of sound research practice. The following resources can facilitate the process: