The Chicago Manual of Style is published by the University of Chicago Press. The seventeenth edition has been in use since 2017. Turabian refers to the simpler, student version of Chicago style for use in academic writing not intended for publication. The Chicago/Turabian style is typically used in history, physical, and natural sciences and allows for two different approaches to citation.
Resources from the University of Chicago
Note: The Chicago Manual of Style Online does not contain the full text of the The Chicago Manual of Style
Guides from the Chicago Manual of Style Online for notes-bibliography and author-date formats
Resources from the SCAA
Helpful notes-bibliography style guide from the Student Center for Academic Achievement (SCAA)
Resources from the Purdue OWL
Purdue University's Online Writing Lab (OWL) is the premiere online guide to citation. Here you will find everything you need to write and cite in Chicago style.
Citation for this video using notes-bibliography style: