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Chicago Manual of Style
Full text of the University of Chicago Manual of Style, along with Q&A, tools, and Quick Citation Guide.
MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers by
[Turabian] A manual for writers of research papers, theses, and dissertations: Chicago style for students and researchers by
Call Number: Reference desk LB2369 .T8 2013
Publication Date: 2013
This is the Turabian manual, which presents a simplified version of the Chicago manual of style. It's used in the Seminary/Theological School at Drew.
Turabian Quick Guide
From the publishers of the Turabian Manual, a short, free cheatsheet to the style.
There are a number of different programs that will help you collect, manage and format the citation information for your research resources. The following are free ones the library is currently supporting:
Endnote Online / Endnote Web
Free online version of classic citation manager software to help manage your bibliographic needs, inlcuding organizing sources and citations by project, sharing citations for group work, and for "citing while you write", i.e. inserting citations into papers while writing.
You'll need to sign up for EndnoteWeb and install the Cite-While-You-Write tool.
Instructions for Drew users: HERE.
Please contact the Library at email email@example.com with questions or for help.
Endnote Online A web-based citation management tool available through the web via the Drew Library subscription to Web of Science and Knowledge.
Endnote Online allows you to collect, track and manage the citations for articles you are using for papers or research, and to output those citations in any one of many different citation styles. While you should still plan to double-check your citations, Endnote Online/ MyEndnoteWeb uses the same high-quality citation formatting techniques as EndNote.
Use this link to access Endnote Online from off campus if you want to see the "Find it @Drew" link for your citations.
Zotero is a free citation management program with an online storage component. It can be downloaded from zotero.org
You'll want to sign up for a zotero.org account to save your references, and install the helper apps for your browser and Word.
Notes for Drew users: https://uknow.drew.edu/confluence/x/Z46RAw
Questions? Need Help? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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