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      Chicago Turabian: Notes-Bibliography Style (This style IS supported by NoodleTools)

Citation formatted for list of citations at end of project. Note that this list is labeled "Bibliography":

Bibliography

Rosenberger, Robert. "The Problem with Hands-Free Dashboard Cellphones." Communications of the ACM 56, no. 4 (2013): 38-40. doi:10.1145/24362256.2436268.

 

Citation reformatted as a footnote placed at the bottom of the page on which your in-text reference (paraphrase or quote) occurs. Precede footnote(s) with short solid line. Superscript each in-text reference numerically as it appears in your paper; precede each footnote with corresponding numeral, period and space. In this example, Rosenberger is referenced first (superscripted 1), so the corresponding footnote receives a numeral 1, period, and space:

 

1. Robert Rosenberger, "The Problem with Hands-Free Dashboard Cellphones," Communications of the ACM 56, no. 4 (2013): 39, doi:10.1145/24362256.2436268.

 

Reformatting the bibliography entry to a footnote*:

  1. Replace all periods (except last one and period after issue number) with a comma.
  2. Indicate specific page number; if unavailable, indicate chapter or paragraph number, section heading, or short phrase from division in the text to identify where information is located; do not include the full page range of the article. See page 662 in citation manual.
  3. Invert author's name (first name first, followed by last name); reverse indentation (first line is indented; others are not).

*Or, in NoodleTools, click on "Options" tab to right of completed citation. Choose "Footnote Format." Cut and paste reformatted footnote into paper, change number of footnote, and insert page number. Use full form first time source is referenced; use shortened form if source is referenced again.

 

Sources of information on creating citations in Chicago Turabian Style:

  1. The Chicago Manual of Style; Ref Z253 .U69 2010 (first floor, reference section)
  2. Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations: Chicago Style for Students and Researchers;  LB2369 .T8 2013 at Info Desk and LB2369 .T8 2013 on second floor, circulating collection
  3. OWL Purdue Online Writing Lab (https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/). In search box, type Chicago and choose first link on next screen.


Chicago Turabian: Author-Date Style (This style is NOT supported by NoodleTools) 

        Citation formatted for list of citations at end of project. Note that this list is labeled "References":

 

References

 

Rosenberger, Robert. 2013. "The Problem with Hands-Free Dashboard Cellphones." Communications of the ACM 56 (4): 38-40. doi:10.1145/24362256.2436268.

 

Text citation (parenthetical or in-text reference) for this citation: (Author Last Name Year of Publication, Page #): (Rosenberger 2013, 39). Indicate individual page number (39 in this example) if available; otherwise, indicate chapter or paragraph number, section heading, or short phrase from division in the text to identify where information is located within the article; do not include the full page range of the article. Example on page 797 of citation manual: (Hellmann 1998, under "The Battleground").

 

Sources of information on creating citations in Chicago Turabian Style:

  1. The Chicago Manual of Style; Ref Z253 .U69 2010 (first floor, reference section)
  2. Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations: Chicago Style for Students and Researchers;  LB2369 .T8 2013 at Info Desk and LB2369 .T8 2013 on second floor, circulating collection
  3. OWL Purdue Online Writing Lab (https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/). In search box, type Chicago and choose first link on next screen.