The Chicago Manual of Style 16th Edition, and its condensed counterpart, A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations (Turabian Style) provides information through the Chicago Manual of Style Online website. For more information about Chicago citation, consult a librarian or check out the Chicago manual which is on reserve in the library.
For items retrieved from a subscription database, add the name of the database and an accession number following the facts of publication, or whatever itentifying information is available in the database listing: a DOI for the article; the name of the database and the number assigned by the database; or a stable URL for the article. For example, if you accessed an article through one of the article databases online, such as JSTOR or Social Sciences Index, follow this guideline:
Author Last, Author First. Title of Article. Title of Journal. Volume, issue number (year of publication): page range.
DOI or database name and article number or stable URL.
Example for a bibliography of an article retrieved from JSTOR:
Nolan, Justin M. and Mary Jo Schneider. "Medical Tourism in the Backcountry: Alternative Health and Healing in the Arkansas Ozarks."
Signs 36, no. 2 (2011): 319-326. doi: 10.1086/655911.
World Wide Web
To cite a personal web site, use the following structure:
Author Last, Author First. Title of Document. Title of Site. Sponsor of Site. Publication date or modified date;
date of access if none. URL of document.
Example of a personal site:
Murphy, Britt Anne. Citing Electronic Resources. Bailey Library. Hendrix College. September 9, 2011.
For more examples and advice, see Britt Anne Murphy (x1288) or e-mail her: email@example.com
Last Modified on 9/12/2011