Free webinar recording available: Write and Cite "Chicago Style"

For Immediate Release
Tue, 03/26/2019


Colton Ursiny

Administrative Assistant

ALA Publishing eLearning Solutions

CHICAGO— ALA Publishing eLearning Solutions in partnership with the University of Chicago Press are announcing the free availability of our prerecorded webinar Write and Cite “Chicago Style”: Helping Students and Patrons Understand The Chicago Manual of Style and Turabian.

Rebecca Gerber, electronic resources librarian at the ALA, interviews Chicago style expert Carol Saller, editor of the CMOS Online Q&A and the CMOS Shop Talk blog. They discuss using The Chicago Manual of Style for citation building and more.

You'll learn how to help students and patrons use The Chicago Manual of Style Online and Turabian's A Manual for Writers to find answers to questions about citation, grammar, punctuation, and other rules of writing.

About the Presenters:

Carol Saller served as chief copyeditor for the 16th edition of The Chicago Manual of Style and consultant for the 17th edition. For many years she served as editor of both the Chicago Manual of Style’s online Q&A and of the CMOS Shop Talk blog.

Her books include The Subversive Copy Editor as well as several books for children, most recently the young adult novel Eddie’s War. In addition to her own blog, Carol has written about language and writing for Lingua Franca at the Chronicle of Higher Education and for Editor’s Corner at the CMOS Shop Talk blog.

Rebecca A. Gerber is the Electronic Resources Librarian for the American Library Association, and has been with ALA for over 10 years. She holds an MLIS from University of Alabama, MHSA from George Washington University, and a BA in Russian from American University.

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