Citing correctly and consistently is a challenge. Why bother?
Whether you use a direct quotation to your paper or rephrase someone else's idea, you should cite works from which you have drawn inspiration. These may be texts, images, interviews or media. Keep a record of citations as you are working so you don't have to go back later and search for them.
AMBS uses the Turabian notes-bibliography style for citations. Turabian is based on The Chicago Manual of Style. The sites below provide many examples.
Zotero is a free online service for collecting, citing, organizing and sharing research sources. AMBS encourages students to use Zotero. See IT Director Brent Graber (email@example.com) for assistance.