Citation Management Tools
Citation tools offer a better way to collect, store, and manage reference information, research notes, and documents. They work with your word processor to manage in-text citations and to build bibliographies in nearly any format. You can find more information about individual tools and classes on the guide:
Research Management and Citation Tools at Harvard includes a list of classes.
Need help? Email Emily Bell: email@example.com
Citation Style Manuals and Guides
The Chicago manual of style. 14th ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993.
Widener: RR 2117.4.2 Library has: 2 copies (one is kept behind the Reference Desk)
Lamont: REF.ROOM Z253.U69 1993
Lamont: Z253.U69 1993
Ohio State University Libraries’ Chicago Manual of Style form guide contains samples of scientific and humanities styles and electronic resource citation.
General Citation Guidance
Evidence explained: citing history sources from artifacts to cyberspace, by Elizabeth Shown Mills. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., 2007, 885 p.
Widener | RR 2117.4
Harvard Guide to Using Sources is a guide produced by the Expository Writing Program.
Journalism Sources Guide, University of Iowa offers a listing of sites, with an emphasis on electronic resource citation sources and guides.
University of Wisconsin Writing Center Writer’s Handbook offers links to examples of notes for articles, books, interviews, performances, secondary sources, unpublished material, with first, second and subsequent references. Also provides a link to information on bibliographies and sample entries.
Walker, Janice R. The Columbia guide to online style. New York: Columbia University Press, 1998.
Widener: RR 2117.45.10
Lamont: REF. ROOM PN171.F56 W35 1998
Writing Guides for History
A Brief Guide to Writing the History Paper - produced by the Harvard College Writing Center
A Handbook for Senior Thesis Writers in History - produced by the Department of History, Harvard University