Chicago/Turabian style is most commonly used in History & some Science Disciplines.
A print copy of the Chicago and Turabian style manuals are available at the Research Help Desk in the Academic Commons:
The Chicago manual of style. 2017. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
Call Number: REF Z253 .C45 2017
Turabian, Kate L. A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations: Chicago Style for Students and Researchers. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2013.
Call Number: REF LB2369 .T8 2013
Book by a single author
Format: Author's last name, First (and middle) name(s). Title of book. Place of publication: Publisher name. Date of Publication.
Example: Stelzer, Cita. Dinner with Churchill: Policy Making at the Dinner Table. New York: Pegasus Books, 2013.
Article in a periodical
Format: Author's last name, First (and middle) name(s). Date of publication. Title of the article. Journal Title volume number (Month): pages.
Example: Fuller, Graham T. (2000). Brute Force. Film Comment 36 (Sept/Oct): 35- 37.
Articles / websites found online
Format: Author's last name, First (and middle) name(s). Title of website article. Date of document or last revision, if known. Internet online. Available from <URL of website>. [Date of access].
Example: Burka, Lauren P. A hypertext history of multi-user dimensions. Internet online. Available from <http://www.utopia.com/talent/ lpb/muddex/essay>. [2 Aug. 1996].
Articles found via online database
Format: Author's last name, First name Middle Initial(s). "Title of the article." Journal title volume number: issue number. Available from name of electronic database, name of online service provider. <URL of electronic database>. [Date of access].
Example: Warren, Christopher. 1996. "Working to ensure a secure and comprehensive peace in the Middle East." U.S. Dept. of State Dispatch 7:14. Available from Academic Search, EBSCOHost. <http://search.epnet.com/login.asp?site=ehost> [12 August, 1996].