Answered By: Jennifer Harris Last Updated: Oct 14, 2015 Views: 673
Citing a website in Chicago style requires you to include much of the same information you would including in citing a print resource like author(s)/editor(s), title of website, publisher information, etc. which can sometimes be difficult to find on a website (you may have to look around quite a bit to find the information). Chicago style also requires that you include the date you accessed the website and/or publication date (if available), and the website's URL.
For example (don't forget to indent second and subsequent lines):
Lastname, Firstname. “Title of Web Page.” Publishing Organization or Name of Website in Italics. Publication date and/or access date if available. URL.
This information is intended to be a guideline, not expert advice. Please be sure to speak to your professor about the appropriate way to a website in your class assignments and projects.
For more information about citing websites in Chicago style, please visit our Citing Your Sources guide or check out the books and web resources listed below. You may also want to contact the Learning Center (UC Students) or Online Writing Center (COCE Students) for additional information about citing websites in Chicago style.
Video tutorials on Chicago style including citing sources, formatting papers, and more are available via the Atomic Learning database. Please note: you will be asked to log in using your SNHU email username and password.
- Chicago/Turabian Manual of Style Training (Full Playlist)
Helpful Web Resources:
These web resources may be helpful if you need additional information about citing sources in Chicago Style. However, be sure to evaluate any sources you use--the Shapiro Library cannot vouch for the accuracy of information provided on external websites.
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