The Chicago Manual of Style (CMS, CMOS, or Chicago) is a style guide for American English that covers topics from manuscript preparation to grammar, usage, and how to format citations.
The most recent edition, the sixteen edition, was published in 2010. This edition can be found in the Ready Reference section of the Library. The call number is Ready Reference Z 253 .U69 2010. Listed below are examples of sample citations.
Book published electronically
Article in an online journal
Article in a newspaper or popular magazine
Chicago Citation Basics
Created by Easybib, this e-book will teach students how to accurately cite sources from the most commonly used media:
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Chicago Online Sources
The following links provide more information on how to cite using CMS.
Use these websites to help you create citations.