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Architecture (2020): Citation

A guide to research for students in Professor Hendricks's class, created by Librarian Maryke Barber

   Turabian Style

Turabian manual cover 

In the library: A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations (8th edition) by Kate Turabian. Request this guide at the 1st floor reference desk. 

Chicago Style (CMS)

ONLINE GUIDES

Chicago Manual of Style
Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)

Chicago Style
from Research and Documentation in the Electronic Age, by Diana Hacker (Bedford/St. Martin’s).

Chicago-Style Citation Quick Guide
Chicago Manual of Style Online

GUIDES IN THE LIBRARY

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Chicago Manual of Style

-- request this guide at the 1st floor reference desk (call no: Z253 .U69 2003  )  

Citation Generators

Citation generators help you create citations for all types of sources.

IMPORTANT: When you use a citation generator, use the official style manual to make sure your computer-generated citations are correct.

Zotero

Zotero is online software to help you:

  • save citation information from your sources
  • organize your research
  • create in-text citations and bibliographies

Start using Zotero:

When To Cite

CITE THE INFORMATION IF:

  • You use or describe specific information you have taken from a source
    (Andrea del Verrocio's pupil Leonardo da Vinci studied in a collaborative environment, sometimes even working with Verrocio himself (Shneiderman, 112).)

  • You refer to a theory or idea from a source
    (Shneiderman believes that collaborative learning increases positive outcomes(224).

  • You  include any image (picture, table, graph) from a source.

YOU DON'T NEED TO CITE IF:

  • The information you use is common knowledge
    (There are two main types of elephants, Asian and African).

  • The information you use can be easily found and verified by most people
    (Abraham Lincoln was 56 years old when he was assassinated) 

WHAT SHOULD YOU CITE?

  • Books, journals, magazines, newspapers, diaries, letters: anything printed.
  • Websites, blogs, online journals, emails, videos: anything online.
  • TV, plays, lectures (including your professors' lectures), speeches, songs.

WHEN SHOULD YOU CITE?

  • When you're quoting something directly.
  • When you're paraphrasing, summarizing, or adapting text.
  • When you're using an interpretation or explanation that isn't your own idea.

If you are uncertain about whether to cite information or not, ask your professor.

Cite it Or....(Fun Video)

Great video from the University of Bergen in Norway (bonus: subtitles!)

Ask The Librarian

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Maryke Barber
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(540)362-6592
Office: Wyndham Robertson Library, 1st floor, Room 102

B.F.A., Music Theatre, Shenandoah College and Conservatory
M.F.A., Theatre, Virginia Commonwealth University
M.S., Information Science, University of Tennessee
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