A Guide to Internet Resources in the Humanities, Community College of Philadelphia


Citing Internet Resources: A Guide for Students

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VI. Chicago Manual of Style (CMS)

Used in the Humanities

NOTE: The Chicago Manual of Style has not yet created a complete set of guidelines for Internet citations. These guidelines should appear in the next edition of the CMS. Until then, the CMS Page for Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) recommends that writers use either the MLA or the APA guidelines.

Additional useful sites:

CMS WEBSITE FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions), confirm the above note at the source: http://www.press.uchicago.edu/Misc/chicago/cmosfaq.html

ELECTRONIC MANUALS FOR ONLINE STYLE, this is a good list of manuals available on the internet that treat questions of online style (quotations, citations): http://www.Columbia.edu/cu/libraries/reference/citing-er.html