This website is intended to assist you in properly citing sources according to
Kate L. Turabian's "A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations" 9th, 8th and 7th editions,
"Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association" 6th edition, and
"MLA Handbook" 8th and 7th editions.
It is not intended to serve as a substitute for these manuals.
Keep in mind that your professor may have some specific requirements and the professor is always
the final authority - between a multitude of subjects and schools there are many traditions on how to cite
We want to make sure it is as easy as possible for you to do. Any ideas?
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Turabian Style Templates in MS Word format
Manual input: Basic and Advanced options
Express input: ISBN, keywords, MARC,
LCCN, ProQuest and DOI; Advanced options available
Instructions: for the first time
users; guide power users through arcane citations.
Esoteric genres such as sermon and lecture online
Multi-language citations (ex. non-English titles)
Short form footnotes (need to be logged in)
Share citations and projects between different accounts/users
Unlimited data storage
Project folders for organizing the citation results
Tagging - for easy finding and cataloging
Citation manager tools (edit/clone/search/tag citations)
Custom indentation for formatted citations, if needed
One-on-one citation help via Facebook