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Chicago In-Depth

The Chicago Manual of Style

The Chicago style of citation is primarily used within the humanities, especially in history. It is most well-known for providing a system of footnotes and endnotes which take the place of a bibliography. Unsurprisingly, the Chicago style originates from the University of Chicago. The 17th edition of The Chicago Manual of Style is the most recent edition. 

How to Cite in Chicago Style:

Online Training Session

Hoonuit (formerly Atomic Learning) Online step-by-step tutorials on Chicago/Turabian citation style:
  1. Click on the link below to access the UND On-Demand Training Website
  3. Log in with your UND Credentials
  4. Search for Chicago Manual Training
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