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Use this Citation Checklist to avoid common errors ensure you get full credit for citations on your assignment.
The link above connects you directly with the most up-to-date online version of the Chicago Manual of Style. This is also available as an electronic resource through the library catalog.
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The following sample papers feature all the essential elements of creating a work-cited page using Chicago Notes-Bibliography Citation Style. The first (from Hacker/Sommers, Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2010) uses endotes; the second example (from the Purdue Owl website) uses footnotes.
The following powerpoint guide outlines detailed and comprehensive use of the Chicago Notes-Bibliography Citation Style.
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