View the online Graduate School of Theology & Ministry opens new windowResearch & Writing Manual 2019.
See: "opens new windowFootnote & Bibliographic Examples" (p. 83- in manual) and "opens new windowFootnote & Bibliographic Examples: Electronic Documents" (p. 91- in manual)
A copy of the Research and Writing Manual is available on Reserves for check out at the One-Stop Library Services Desk, LRC 4th floor.
See also:opens new window Citing Sources: Chicago/Turabian Library guide for more style guides and examples.
For a book in the library catalog, use the How do I Cite this? link (circled in the image below). Select the correct citation style, such as Chicago/Turabian, then copy/paste/edit the citation, as needed.
For a single citation in an EBSCO database, click an article title to access the detailed record. Click the "cite" button under Tools and choose a citation style. Copy, paste, and edit the citation to match the Research & Writing Manual style requirements. (See the comparison provided on this page.)
For multiple citations use the EBSCO folder:
The EBSCO Folder is a personal information management tool to save articles, save searches, create citations lists, write notes, and more. Create a folder then sign in to your folder. Note: Items added to the default folder are NOT saved.