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Theatre

Overview of theatre resources for researchers at ISU

Overview

  • How to Use Chicago Style
    A quick overview of how to use Chicago style.
  • Examples: Notes & Bibliography
    Includes both Note (in-text citing) and reference format examples of a variety of source types.
    • Books
      Examples for books with different number of authors, edited books, book chapters, and multiple editions.
    • Articles
      Examples for journal, magazine, and newspaper articles.
    • Web & Social Media
      Examples for web pages, blogs, podcasts, social media, and online video.
    • Other Sources
      Examples for sources that do not fall into the other source type categories like interviews, government documents, and encyclopedias.
  • Examples: Author/Date
    Includes both in-text citing and reference format examples of a variety of source types.
    • Books
      Examples for books with different number of authors, edited books, book chapters, and multiple editions.
    • Articles
      Examples for journal, magazine, and newspaper articles.
    • Web & Social Media
      Examples for web pages, blogs, podcasts, social media, and online video.
    • Other Sources
      Examples for sources that do not fall into the other source type categories like interviews, government documents, and encyclopedias.
  • Other Resources
    Links to supplemental resources that can help you with using this style.
  • Books at Milner
    Links to books in Milner Library that provide additional information on how to format references and do in-text citing.
  • Why Cite Overview
    Overview of the reasons to cite a source, the basic structure of a reference, and when to cite a source.

Citing Mulitmedia

Citing multimedia sources with Chicago Style (examples taken from the ISU Milner Library Chicago 16th Edition Quick Guide and The Purdue OWL: Citation Chart)

Artwork:

IMAGE FROM A WEBSITE
Bibliographic Entry:
Goya, Francisco. The Family of Charles IV.
Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid, 1800.
Painting.
http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/goy
a/hd_goya.htm

Video:

ONLINE VIDEO
Note:
“Higher Education in 'Peril',” YouTube video,
2:50, posted by “Independent24 Television,” August
24, 2012, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAf9-ngUb-I.

Bibliography Entry:
Pariser, Eli. “
Eli Pariser: Beware online "filter bubbles".” Filmed March 2011. TED video, 9:05.
Posted May 2011.
http://www.ted.com/talks/eli_pariser_beware_online_
filter_bubbles.html.

Fine Arts Librarian

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Heather Koopmans
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Contact:
619A Milner Library
(309) 438-3950