Citation and Style Guides
Chicago Manual of StylePrint Version
Chicago Manual of Style Guidelines. (cheat sheet)
The SBL Handbook of Style
EndNote is a powerful research tool for managing your research and inserting formatted citations into your papers. Duke has a site license for EndNote and a web-based tool, EndNote Web, available for students, staff, and faculty. EndNote can be downloaded from the OIT website.
Zotero is an open source research tool that allows you to save, manage, and create formatted citations. Zotero is free and can be downloaded from the Zotero website. More information and links can be found here.
For further information on citation tools at Duke, see the Grad Student Guide to Technology (Citing).
Other Useful Links
- Copyright for Churches and Other Religions Organizations: This guide from Emory University covers various copyright considerations for churches and religious organizations.
The Center for Writing and Academic Support: The center offers Divinity School students resources on theological writing, as well as one-on-one tutoring for writing.
United Methodist Church Graphics Library: provides organizational, ministry-related and seasonal graphics/illustrations for use by church organizations free of charge.