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How do I cite my sources?

E-Turabian

This website allows you to automatically generate a Turabian citation from an ISBN number. It is a nice shortcut, but it isn't always perfect, so make sure to double-check the work.

Citing Books: Turabian Style (IQ)

This IQ PowerPoint presentation outlines how to cite books using the Turabian style guide. For a PDF copy of the presentation click here.

Citing a Journal Article (IQ)

This IQ PowerPoint presentation outlines how to cite journal articles using the Turabian style guide. For a PDF copy of the presentation click here.

Turabian Formatting for Journal Article Citations (PDF)

Click above for a "quick tips" handout on citing articles using Turabian.

Citing a Website (IQ)

This IQ PowerPoint presentation outlines how to cite websites using the Turabian style guide. For a PDF copy of the presentation click here.

Turabian Style Guide (Covenant Theological Seminary)

Scroll down the page and click on "Turabian Style Guide" to explore this web-based guide to commonly used Turabian citation types.

How do I know what I can use without violating someone's copyright?

Fair Use and Copyright (IQ)

This IQ PowerPoint presentation describes copyright and fair use and outlines how you they can affect your work as a student and scholar. For a PDF copy of the presentation click here.

Copyright Crash Course (UT Austin)

A detailed and readable description of all aspects of copyright (including fair use) in an academic context from The University of Texas at Austin.

What is a footnote and when should I use it?

Functions of a Footnote (IQ)

This IQ PowerPoint presentation describes when and why you should use footnotes in your academic work. For a PDF copy of the presentation click here.

Functions of a Footnote: Examples (IQ)

This PDF handout accompanies the IQ presentation Functions of a Footnote.

What is the difference between quoting and paraphrasing?

Quotations vs. Paraphrasing (IQ)

This IQ PowerPoint presentation discusses the differnces between paraphrasing a source and quoting from a source. For a PDF copy of the presentation click here.

Using the Works of Others (Sacred Heart School of Theology)

This YouTube tutorial discusses quotations vs. paraphrasing, Turabian citations, and plagiarism from a theological perspective.

Where can I find writing help?

Theological Writing Resources (Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary)

A collection of resources that address general and theological writing available to seminary students in the portal. 

Purdue Online Writing Lab (Purdue University)

A comprehensive collection of resources relating to the academic writing and research process.

Boise State University Project Writing and Research e-Textbook (Boise State University)

An introduction to the acadmic writing process, incluidng helpful tools and resources.

How to write an exegesis paper with library resources (Azusa Pacific University)

A guide to the unique steps you need to take when writing an exegetical paper.



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