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Chicago Referencing Guide

Notes-Bibliography Style

Chicago brief guides

Chicago style manuals

Available from the AUT Library, this clear and comprehensive manual is the official style guide for Chicago/Turabian referencing.

These chapters are particularly useful:

  • Chapter 16: Notes-Bibliography Style: The Basic Form
  • Chapter 17: Notes-Bibliography Style: Types of Sources

You can also consult the Chicago Manual of Style Online for detailed information on the Chicago style. 

Managing your references

You can choose to use reference management software for storing and managing references, such as one of the following:

  • EndNote - AUT staff and students may download for free from Blackboard, for off-campus use
  • Zotero - free download
  • Mendeley - free download

Contact your Liaison Librarian

Contact the Liaison Librarian for Art & Design, Future Environments and Te Ara Poutama, Elwyn Sheehan, if you need more help with Chicago referencing.