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SA 4124 - Pathology and Diseases of Small Animals (Shelly): Home


This guide outlines library resources for your research in Dr. Shelly's Pathology and Diseases of Small Animals class.


Chicago: Scientific Styles

This is also known as the Chicago Author-Date Style. 

Book: General Format

Author (s). Year of publication. Title (in italics). Location: Publisher.

Nairn, Tom. 1997. Faces of Nationalism: Janus Revisited. London: Verso.

Book: Organization as author
Organization name. Year of publication. Title (in italics) . Location: Publisher.

Global Environment Coordination. 1994. Facing the Global Environment Challenge: A Progress Report on World Bank Global Environmental Operations. Washington, DC: Global Environment Coordination Division, Environment Dept., The World Bank.

Journal: General Format

Last name, First name. Year of publication. “Article Title.” Journal Title  volume, (issue):page-page.

One author:
Bondonski, Ilya. 1989. "Caring Among the Forgotten." Journal of Social Activism 14 (Fall): 112-34.

Several authors:
Liker, Andras and Tamas Szekely. 1997. "Aggression Among Female Lapwings, Vanellus vanellus. Animal Behaviour. 54 (3): 797-802.

Websites: General Format

Note: Website citations are often left out of the bibliography and are instead mentioned in a note or within the text. If your instructor would like a formal citation, use the format below. Include a URL and an access date. To cite an undated online document, use an access date rahter than n.d.

Last name, First name. Year of publication. "Article Title.” Website Title. URL.

Evanston Public Library board of Trustees. 2008. "Evanston Public Library Strategic Plan, 2000-2010: A Decade of Outreach." Evanston Public Library. Accessed July 19.

For more examples, see Chicago Manual of Style, 808.027 C432 2010, or stop by the library and talk with a librarian.

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