Original or Unattributed If the material uploaded to Blackboard is original (lecture notes) or unattributed (doesn't give full source information), then cite as much as you can that falls into the Presentation — Footnote (First Note) 1. While the states that you usually don't need to provide a bibliography entry for religious texts, you may find that some professors require it.First_name Last_name, "Title of Presentation" (presentation, Organization, Location, Date). Last_name, "Shortened Title of Presentation." Presentation — Bibliography Entry Last_name, First_name. In those cases, format religious texts the same way you would a book.
Paper Presentation — Footnote (Succeeding Notes) 2. Books and numbering are not identical in different versions; it is essential to identify which version is being cited. Location of Conference, Dates of Conference (Location: Organization/Publisher, Year). Published Proceedings — Footnote (Succeeding Notes) 2. "Title of Web Page." Name of Website or Publishing Organization.Publication Date and/or Access Date (if available). If you refer to a website in general, but not a specific part of that website, Chicago states that you can simply use an in-text citation with the website's name and URL.However, in the footnotes, you can abbreviate the name of the book. Biblical references are given in numeral; chapter and verse are separated by a colon ( sec. Be sure you have all of the publication information (author, title, date, pages, etc.) appropriate for each source that you consulted.Magazine/Newspaper — Bibliography Entry Last_name, First_name. "Title of Article: Subtitle of Article." Footnote (First Note) 1.First_name Last_name, "Title of Web Page," Name of Website or Publishing Organization, Publication Date and/or Access Date (if available), URL. Last_name, "Shortened Title of Web Page." Bibliography Entry Last_name, First_name.Last_name, "Shortened Title of Article." Published Proceedings — Bibliography Entry Last_name, First_name. Shawn Daley, "Flipping with i Pads: The Centerpiece of a New Pedagogy? " (presentation, Teaching, Learning and Technology Conference, Oregon Academic Technology Society, Portland, OR, October 26, 2012). "Flipping with i Pads: The Centerpiece of a New Pedagogy?