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How to use eTurabian to generate citation:

Step 1. We recommend you create an account by clicking on the link
  Log in
/ Sign Up
under Tools. Choose your username, password and enter your e-mail.
After completing it, click Submit and you can start making you citations now.

Step 2. If you would like to create a book citation of the book you cite in your paper, thesis, dissertation, etc., click on Source Type, then Book and enter the book info - you do not need to enter all the fields, the required fields are marked as required field.

If there is something you would like to enter and it is not in the form click on Advanced in the right corner of the form:
Interface: Basic - Advanced and more options are going to be visible.

Once you are ready, at the bottom of the form click which kind of Turabian Format you would like under:
Citation Format:
Bibliography and Footnotes
Reference List and Parentheticals

and click Submit.
If there is enough information to generate citation you will get formatted one, if not, the program will prompt you to enter more info.
The same goes for other citation sources - journal, thesis and dissertations, music scores, etc
. If you do not see the citation source you need to make, click on
under Source Type
and you will see more choices.

Step 3. After you made your entries you can see them in alphabetical order by clicking on
Citation list - export projects into your paper
under Tools.
You can then copy and paste them into your word processor.
To make changes (and add more footnotes) you can click on
Manage my projects
- also under Tools.


That should give you a way to properly citing resources according to Kate L. Turabian "A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations" using eTurabian.

 Later you can explore time saving options like
  Cite with ISBN
 Cite with MARC record

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