The Chicago Manual of Style (CMS / CMOS) is a a set of style guidelines for American English published by the University of Chicago Press. These guidelines are used most often for writing and documentation of research in subjects in which multiple media types will need to be documented: classical studies, history, music history, musicology, and some areas of cultural studies.


  • Chicago Citation Style – Books & Journal Articles 
    How to create footnotes and bibliography entries for books and journal articles in Chicago (16th ed.) style. [Produced by Alfred C. O’Connell Library, Genesee Community College]
  • Chicago Manual of Style (CMS) Tutorial Videos 
    A collection of online tutorial videos on Chicago citation style. [produced by Gregg-Graniteville Library, University of South Carolina Aiken (USCA)]
  • Chicago Manual of Style Notes & Bibliography tutorial 
    A brief introductory tutorial to the “Notes and Bibliography” variation of the Chicago Manual of Style. [Produced by Falvey Memorial Library, Villanova University]

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