For students who are required to cite in Chicago Style, the Gumberg Library offers the entire style guide for online use as a database. To use it off-campus, you will need to enter your Multipass username and password when you click on the link below.
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"It is the Spirit Who Gives Life"
There are numerous formats that can be used to cite sources. Three of the most commonly used formats at Duquesne are:
When we speak of citing, two things are meant. The first is citing within the text of a paper, either by using parenthetical references, or footnotes. The second is providing complete bibliographic information for your sources in a bibliography (also known as a Works Cited page or Reference list).
The Duquesne University Writing Center has created very helpful guides to assist you with citing in-text and in bibliographies in MLA, APA, and Chicago Manual of Style. PDFs of these documents are available below.
Click the link below to see a document describing how to cite articles from Literature Resource Center and LION in MLA format (7th edition).
Click the link below to see how to cite a book from a library database in MLA format (7th & 8th editions).