CAA Style Guidelines
The College Art Association has a series of guidelines (based on the Chicago Manual of Style) for image captions.
Fair Use of Images
Guidance on citation styles
Cite sources: Chicago Style
- Chicago Manual of Style
- CMOS Shop Talk
Frequently asked questions about Chicago citation style.
- The Purdue Online Writing Lab
Provides excellent examples (for footnotes/endnotes and bibliographies) on how to cite using the Chicago citation style: books, periodicals, web sources, film & television, and much more.
- Citing Images -- Chicago Style
Examples for how to cite an image using the Chicago Style, from the Colgate University Visual Resources Library
Manage Information using Citation Software/PDF organizers/Image managers
Use citation management/pdf organizing software to save time and energy organizing and citing research materials. Zotero was 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.
For advice choosing a citation manager or managing information, contact us for a consultation!
ZoteroBib is a free, quick, and easy 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. (Note: As great as ZoteroBib is, it isn't perfect. Check your citations carefully using citation style guides or ask a librarian.)
Cited Reference Searching
In addition to Google Scholar, a number of subscription databases allow you to track the flow of research by including ways to identify references that cite or are cited by other scholarly sources. This is a quick, although perhaps not comprehensive, way to gauge the impact of individual publications. Consult the Cited Reference Searching guide for detailed instructions in performing cited reference searches.
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