Answered By: Jackie Stevens
Last Updated: Apr 11, 2024     Views: 28

Follow Chicago 17th rule 14.174 

The rule says:

"To facilitate online publication schedules, some journals have adopted a continuous publishing model in which each article is assigned a unique ID and is considered final the moment it is published online; any subsequent print version is reproduced without any changes. Articles that include a PDF version are all paginated starting at 1 and can be cited in the notes accordingly. In a note, cited page numbers precede the article ID ([4] in the example below). In a bibliography, do not include the page range for an article published in this way."

If there is a downloadable pdf for the article you'd like to cite, and it has it's own page numbers, follow the format of the example below (pdf page numbers and article number are highlighted) where they both come after the year, and are preceded by a colon.

Footnote:

2. Zakir Hossain, “University Freshmen Recollect Their Academic Integrity Literacy Experience During Their K-12 Years: Results of an Empirical Study,” International Journal for Educational Integrity 18, (2022): 2, 4https://doi.org/10.1007/s40979-021-00096-4.

Bibliography:

Hossain, Zakir. “University Freshmen Recollect Their Academic Integrity Literacy Experience During Their K-12 Years: Results of an Empirical Study.” International Journal for Educational Integrity 18, (2022): 4https://doi.org/10.1007/s40979-021-00096-4.

 

*Note that for the above sample article, its page on the journal website shows the Volume directly followed by the Article number - remember that they are using a different referencing style, and you need to adhere instead to the Chicago rules which are as outlined above.