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Chicago/Turabian Style Guide

Creating citations in Chicago format

Chicago/Turabian Guide for References

If this guide does not meet your needs, consider using the Chicago section of OWLPurdue's Online Writing Lab.

The links to the left are examples of citing print and web resources in the footnote/endnote style as outlined in these books. The Turabian Notes & Bibliography style, which is based on the Chicago Manual of Style, uses in-text superscript numbers12 to refer to footnotes or endnotes.

RefWorks - Reference Manager

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ProQuest RefWorks enables you to collect, manage and organize research papers and documents. You can read annotate, organize, and cite your research as well as collaborate with friends and colleagues by sharing collections. If you are a new user, please CLICK HERE, using your Goucher email to create your login.

Goucher Library maintains a site license to RefWorks so it is free to all Goucher students, faculty, and staff.  It is even available to you after you graduate!  

New RefWorks LibGuide from Proquest

Saving to RefWorks from a Webpage - brief tutorial



If you are already a RefWorks user, you have the option of switching to Proquest's New RefWorks or staying with the legacy (old) version, which is expected to retire in January 2018. You may import references from a legacy RefWorks account during the new account set-up or at any time from within the new account. Importing references into the new platform will not affect your legacy RefWorks account.  Please be aware that the Write-n-Cite functions are not compatible between the two products.  If you have started writing a paper with the legacy RefWorks, you should use legacy RefWorks to finish that paper.

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