Are you using the Chicago Style for your citations?

The Library has commenced a 3-month trial of the Chicago Manual of Style Online. 

“Chicago” is a citation style widely used in academic publications for over 100 years.This fully searchable online resource includes advice for students and academics on editorial style and publication practices. 

Features include:
  • Online access includes both the 15th and 16th editions
  • A wealth of information on publishing in the digital age
  • Tools for editors and tools for authors
  • Searchable access to Chicago Style Q&A
  • More tips for citing blogs, podcasts, and other electronic sources
  • Guidelines for submission of artwork, including digital art, and
  • Citation Share, for sharing examples of citations.
Visit the Quick Guide to see clear examples of how to use Chicago-style citation.
Click here to access the Chicago Manual of Style Online and to give your feedback on the trial. This trial concludes on 30 July 2015.
If you need help with this trial database, please Ask us!