The Chicago Manual of Style and Turabian style are largely the same. Kate L. Turabian designed her guide specifically for students and researchers when she worked as dissertation secretary at the University of Chicago. Her guide is based on The Chicago Manual of Style and focuses on the rules most important for student papers and other research not intended for publication. Consult that manual if you need to use Turabian style specifically.
The Chicago Manual of Style Online. Seventeenth Edition.
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The Chicago Manual of Style. Seventeenth Ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2017.
Turabian, Kate, et al. A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations. Ninth Ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2018.
OWL resources will help you learn to use the Chicago Manual of Style citation and format styles. You'll find resources on in-text citations and the bibliography, as well as CMOS sample papers, slide presentations, and the CMOS classroom poster.
The Mansfield Library subscribes to RefWorks to make research and citation easier for you. RefWorks is a citation management tool that stores your electronic articles in one place for easy access, organization, citation and sharing. You can save web page content and metadata, create collections to organize or share documents and citations, and upload PDF and Office documents.
There are many excellent online guides intended to assist students in understanding and avoiding plagiarism, including: