Postgraduate students in the School of Art & Design may be asked to use the Notes-Bibliography style of Chicago referencing, as described in A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations: Chicago Style for Students and Researchers, by Kate L. Turabian (8th edition).
In this style, sources are referenced in two places:
Within your text, you insert a superscript number where you wish to cite a source, and then give details in a numbered footnote on that page. At the end of your text, you reference all the sources of information that you have used, in a bibliography. The format of a reference in the bibliography is slightly different to that of the corresponding footnote, but they both provide the same information.
AUT Library availability for the comprehensive manual of Chicago/Turabian style (8th edition). Find these 3 copies on level 6 (at 808.02 TUR).
The online Chicago Manual of Style (17th edition), upon which the Chicago/Turabian style is based.