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Reference management: Oxford/Chicago/Footnote style

A Libguide on how to use software tools for reference management

What is Oxford/Chicago/Footnote style?

There are many reference styles that uses footnotes or number refering back to the bibliography, such as Oxford and Chicago.

Example of Oxford / Chicago/ Footnote reference style:

Example text:

This text[1] is the beginning of something new[2] [3]. So that’s it [4] [5].

 

 

 

 

[1] (Monbiot 2011)

[2] (Öquist and Benner 2012, p. 4-8)

[3] (Walters 2007)

[4] (De Bellis 2009)

[5] (Webber and Johnston 2006)

 

Bibliography:

 

De Bellis, Nicola. 2009. Bibliometrics and citation analysis : from the Science citation index to cybermetrics. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press.

Monbiot, George. 2011. The Lairds of Learning, 110829 2011 [cited 111109 2011]. Available from http://www.monbiot.com/2011/08/29/the-lairds-of-learning/.

Walters, W. 2007. "Google Scholar coverage of a multidisciplinary field." Information Processing & Management no. 43 (4):1121-1132. doi: 10.1016/j.ipm.2006.08.006.

Webber, S , and B  Johnston. 2006. "Working towards the information literate university." In Information literacy: recognising the need, edited by G Walton and A Pope, 47-58. Oxford: Chandos.

Öquist, Gunnar, and Mats Benner. 2012. Fostering breakthrough research: A comparative study. In Akademirapport, edited by Fredrik All: Kungliga Vetenskapsakademien.

 

(This Bibliography is created in EndNote by using the output style Chicago 16th B)