Personal communications (e-mail, interviews, letters, telephone communications for example) can be cited within the text or in a footnote. They are rarely included in the bibliography.
40. Anastasia Morales, e-mail message to author, July 31, 2010.
Treat a pamphlet as you would a book.
Outsmarting Crime: A Guide to Safer Living. Washington State Criminal Justice
Training Commission, 1990.
42. Outsmarting Crime: A Guide to Safer Living (Washington State
Criminal Justice Training Commission, 1990), 3.
The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed. does not provide instructions on how to cite course packs. The following is just one possible format to follow. You need to use your own judgment. We suggest that you check with your instructor first.
Treat the items in your course pack like articles or chapters in an edited book that are reprinted from another source. Use the name of the instructor as the editor. If the instructor’s name is not given, use the department as the editor. Use the bookstore as the publisher and the date the course pack was issued as the date of publication. If there is no date of issue, use the current semester and year for the date of publication.
Klein, Joseph. “Recommendations for Care.” In NURS 2190: Nursing
Philosophical Issues Course Pack, edited by Sarah Kaye, 11-24.
Coquitlam: Douglas College Bookstore, 2011.
41. Joseph Klein, “Recommendations for Care,” In NURS 2190: Nursing
Philosophical Issues Course Pack, ed. Sarah Kaye (Coquitlam: Douglas College
Bookstore, 2011), 18.