The Chicago Manual of Style is a set of citation rules created by the University of Chicago Press. This style is widely used in publishing, and is also used by other humanities and social sciences disciplines. For some examples, see the Citation Quick Guide from The Chicago Manual of Style Online.
We keep a copy of the handbook at the Library Reference Desk at all three Reynolds campuses.
Unlike the APA and MLA, The Chicago Manual of Style provides two alternative formats: the (1) Notes and Bibliography format and (2) the Author-Date format. Consult with your instructor to determine which of the systems you should use.
Always check with your instructor on what format specifications to use for a particular class or assignment, especially when citing online resources including material found in library databases.