The research experts at Falvey Memorial Library will hold instruction sessions on citing sources with The Chicago Manual of Style on April 16 and April 24. Chicago style is used extensively in the humanities and social sciences for its clarity and flexibility. However, its eccentricities (different footnote and bibliography styles, the Ibid. system, etc.) make it tougher to get started with than the other styles.
These classes will lay the groundwork for Chicago style and demonstrate its ability to meet nearly any documentation need. Sessions will be held at 4:00 p.m. on each of the above dates in Falvey 204 in the second-floor Learning Commons. For more information, contact history liaison librarian Jutta Seibert (firstname.lastname@example.org) or philosophy librarian Nikolaus Fogle (email@example.com).
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