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ENVS 3000 : Introduction to Sustainability

Chicago Style

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The Chicago Manual of Style is now available online to students faculty and staff at WMU.  If you are accessing the guide from off campus, you will need to log in with your BroncoNet ID and password.

The online guide provides detailed examples on proper style and formatting for print and electronic articles, theses, dissertations, books, and more.

Print copies are still available at the Waldo Library Central Reference Desk Collection, Education Library and Music and Dance Library at Call Number Z 253 .C57.

 

Citing Court Cases and Statutes

The Bluebook:  A Uniform System of Citation is the standard for citing legal information correctly.  You can find a print copy on the 1st floor of Waldo Library in the Reference Collection under the call number  KF 245 .B58 19th.

You might also check out the following Web sites:

OWL -- The Online Writing Lab at Purdue University

The Writing Lab at Purdue University does a superb job of helping to guide students in the use of the writing style guides.  Be sure and visit their site once you have put your own citations into the proper format to see check your work.

Tips on Citing Government Reports and Documents

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Maria Perez-Stable
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Dwight B. Waldo Library, Room 1012
Email: maria.perez-stable@wmich.edu
Telephone: 269-387-5322

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