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Chicago Footnote Referencing - Theology students: Home

This guide provides information on how to reference using the Chicago Footnote referencing style. PLEASE NOTE: counselling and education students should use APA referencing style.

Chicago Manual of Style

The information in this guide has been adapted from the Chicago-style citation quick

Morling Library holds a copy of the current edition of the style manual in the Reference Collection (Z253 CHI). 

The Chicago Manual of Style. 17th ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2017.


Chicago Footnote Referencing

This guide has been developed to help Morling Theology students use the Chicago Footnote referencing style in their assignments.

Click on the tabs above to find the resource you want to reference. For a quick introduction to Chicago referencing for Theology at Morling, watch the video below.

If you are an education or counselling student, you are required to use APA referencing style to reference in your assignments. Please access this APA LibGuide for further details.

Quick introduction to referencing

The video below is an overview to the world of academic referencing, covering some of the more common types of references (books, journals). It is a good starting point for those learning how to reference for the first time, or if you're used to a different referencing style and want to get up to speed quickly with Chicago 17A.

Morling College - quick guide to referencing from Morling College on Vimeo.

Need more help?

If you still need help with Chicago Footnote Referencing please speak to your lecturer, Academic Tutor, or a member of the Library team at Morling College

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