What are citations?
What do citations include?
Why do we cite sources?
What should you cite?
Chicago Manual of Style (CMOS) style is most commonly used to write papers and cite sources within the humanities, particularly in the disciplines of the Arts, English, History, Religion & Theological Studies.
If you are asked to use CMOS format, be sure to consult the Chicago Manual of Style, located in McQuade Library's reference collection:
The Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL) is the gold standard for online tools to teach you about citations and formatting.
From the website you can learn to:
NoodleTools is an online research management platform that promotes critical thinking and authentic research. NoodleTools helps to keep researchers organized as they evaluate information, build accurate citations, archive source material, take notes, outline topics, and prepare to write. Using NoodleTools, users can generate citations in MLA, APA, or Chicago/Turabian styles, as well as create note cards and outlines. NoodleTools also allows researchers to collaborate with peers and instructors.