New! Chicago Manual of Style

After a successful trial, Ryerson University has now added Chicago Manual of Style into the collection.

With the full contents of 16th and 15th editions, the Chicago Manual of Style Online provides recommendations on editorial style and publishing practices for the digital age. Not only is it fully searchable, it also encompasses a Q & A session which answers the readers’ style questions. The Chicago Manual of Style is widely used in social science and humanities scholarly submissions. The 15th edition allows both in-text citations and footnotes/endnotes, as long as these are used clearly and consistently.

Citation Quick Guide is also available.

Trial: Chicago Manual of Style

Ryerson is now hosting a trial of Chicago Manual of Style online.

This trial is for the rest of the Term until May 31, 2013 so there’s plenty of time to use this resource to help you write your papers. The website is fully searchable and includes content from 15th and 16th edition of The Chicago Manual of Style. Check out the Q&A section for informative advice on editorial style and publishing practice. Explore the Tools for the Citation Quick Guide.

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