Oxford researchers and students are now invited to trial the online version of Chicago Manual of Style Online (17th ed.). It is available via SOLO or OxLIP+.First published in 1906 by Chicago University Press, the Chicago Style Manual’s Notes and Bibliographies system is one of the most widely used citation styles in the Humanities. Its Author-Date system is more commonly used in the Sciences and Social Sciences.
The online edition of this authoritative reference work is full-text searchable. It also includes the 16th edition and be read and browsed as a book. The content covers the publishing process, style and usage, and source citations and indexes. When reading the Chapter 4 (Rights, Permissions, and Copyright Administration) please remember that it will refer to the US copyright regulations. A quick guide is available as are Q&As and video tutorials.
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