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Turabian Documentation Style  

This guide is intended to provide guidance on how to cite information resources for research projects according to Turabian Documentation Style.
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    This guide is intended to provide guidance on how to cite information resources for research projects according to Turabian Documentation Style.

    • Click on "Turabian Style Guides."  On this page are links to: 1) Turabian Style Guide (Texas A&M University - Kingsville), 2) Turabian Quick Guide (University of Chicago), 3) Turabian Style for Citing Sources - Notes-Bibliography Style (Bethany Theological Seminary), 4) Turabian Footnote/Endnote Style (Georgetown University), 5) Turabian Parenthetical/Reference List Style (Georgetown University), 6) Turabian Style CitationsNotes-Bibliography Style (Trinity University), 7) Turabian Style Citations - Author-Date Style (Trinity University).
    • Click on "Turabian Websites." There are numerous examples of how to cite all types of sources.
    • Click on "Citation Tools."  On this page are links to: 1) Son of Citation Marchine, 2)  KnightCite.
    • Click on "Library Resources."  On this page is a listing of reference books for Turabian Documentation Style.
    • Click on "Video."  On this page is a link to video entitled "Avoiding Plagiarism: What do I need to cite?" There are also many more tutorials on how to set up your paper in correct format from title page, footnotes and Works Cited. 
    • Click on "Turabian Paper Templates."  There are two templates, one is a template of a basic research paper and one of an annotated bibliography. 

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