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Chicago Manual of Style: An Introduction

25th August 2022

For those of you in the humanities, particularly in the fields of history and anthropology, you will eventually become an expert in citing sources according to the Chicago Manual of Style (CMS).

APA 6th Edition for Dissertations: An Introduction

25th August 2022

If your institution requires that you format your dissertation according to APA style, your APA manual is about to become an invaluable resource for you as you try to navigate an overwhelming number of style specifications.

Formatting Friday: Turabian

25th August 2022

Kate L. Turabian was the dissertation secretary at the graduate school at the University of Chicago from 1930 – 1958, in addition to being the editor of official publications of the University.

Formatting Friday: ASA Basics

25th August 2022

ASA (American Sociological Association) style is typically used in the field of sociology to help students and authors prepare papers and manuscripts for ASA journals and other publications.

Formatting Friday: AP Style

25th August 2022

AP style, not to be confused with APA, is the style used in The Associated Press Stylebook and Briefing on Media Law, commonly known as the AP Stylebook.

Formatting Friday: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

25th August 2022

IEEE might not be one of the more immediately recognizable formatting styles, but it’s widely used in the fields of computer science and engineering.

Formatting Friday: Introduction to OSCOLA

25th August 2022

We don’t get requests for this formatting style often, but we’ve gotten it enough times to think it warrants a mention: OSCOLA, or the Oxford Standard for Citation of Legal Authorities.

Formatting Friday: The Background on Bluebook

25th August 2022

    While the majority of our clients use APA style or Chicago/Turabian (don't worry, we’ll get to that style on the blog, we promise!), we have a considerable client base that uses Bluebook style for formatting.

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