The Chicago Manual of Style contains rules for citing various types of publications and sources. In particular, see Chapters 14 and 15. The most common types of references are addressed in this e-learning module.
The reference method you should use depends on your discipline. Always ask your lecturer which reference method you should use. Choose a style and use it consistently. If you are going to use a style other than the Chicago Manual of Style, take a look at the APA e-learning module from the University Library or the MLA handbook on the internet.
Style I: Notes and Bibliography
Citing sources according to the Chicago Manual of Style is not easy, so do not hesitate to ask for help. If you could use some help, stop by the Ask Your Librarian Desk in the hall on the ground floor of the University Library. The desk is open Monday to Thursday from 11.00 am to 3.00 pm.
You can also get in touch using the Ask Your Librarian form:
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