Instructions for citing sources
Detailed help using various citation styles is available on Duke University's Citing Sources site.
The latest edition of the Chicago Manual of Style has been purchased by the library.
Zotero is a very useful citation manager for use in the humanities and social sciences. Download the client and the browser extension to get started. If you want to learn more, there are two upcoming workshops:
Use citation management/PDF organizing software to save time and energy when organizing and citing research materials.
Zotero is a free, open sourced, web-based tool for managing citation, organizing PDF's and creating bibliographies. It is a downloadable software program designed for humanities and social sciences research. Developed at the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at George Mason University, it is particularly suited for historical sources.
ZoteroBib is a free, quick and easy online bibliography and citation maker that saves time and trouble. Add sources using the ZoteroBib search box. Then copy and paste the complete bibliography (or footnotes or in-text citations) into your paper in the citation style of your choice. (As great as ZoteroBib is, it isn't perfect. Check your citations carefully using citation style guides or ask a librarian for assistance.)