As part of the transition to Digication, Portfolio is going away! Portfolio will be fully decommissioned on July 1, 2024. As of July 1, 2023, there will be a new content freeze in Portfolio. You will not be able to add new pieces of content to your personal or organizational Portfolio. Existing content is still editable. Please continue to migrate your existing content from Portfolio to Digication. For more information about Digication, click here. For a discussion of options for transitioning your content on Portfolio, click here. To learn more about using Digication in your courses, click here.
All resources in this section refer only to Turabian Author-Date style. Be sure to double-check the requirements for your particular writing situation and confirm that you are using Author-Date style, not Notes-Bibliography style.
The official Turabian Author-Date Citation Quick Guideshows you specific examples for all kinds of potential sources. If you don't see exactly the kind of source you're looking for, look for the closest category. Each example shows you what the in-text citations should look like and what the reference list entry should look like. The citation guides includes examples for the following categories:
Chapter or part of an edited book
Thesis or dissertation
Journal article (print and online)
News or magazine article (print and online)
Website content (including blogs, web pages, company websites, and so on)
Audiovisual content (including video and audio files)
Social media content
Formatting your pages
All University College students should be sure to refer to the University College Format and Style Requirements document.